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George W. Sebolt

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1880 Federal Census

Maryland, Otsego County, New York, S.D. 5, E.D. 102, p. 165, 246-243, June 17, 1880

1900 Federal Census

The Hospital Cottages for Children, Baldwinsville village, Templeton town, Worcester County, Massachusetts, S.D. 115, E.D 1818, June 6, 1900

1910 Federal Census

Enfield Town, Hartford, Connecticut, S.D. 29, E.D. 148, _-191-201, April 25, 1910 Living with the Killams are the Sebolts:

World War Draft Registration - September 12, 1918

Earl Bernard Sebolt was born May 7, 1880. He lives at 38 Homer, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts with his wife Jessie. He is a machinist working at Hendec? Mfg Co.

1930 Federal Census

20 Hampshire Street, Ludlow Township, Hampden County, Massachusetts, S.D. 3, E.D. 7-173, 20-599-647, April 21, 1930

World War II Draft Registration - April 27, 1942

Earl Bernard Sebolt was born May 7, 1880 in Maryland, New York. He lives at 20 Queen Avenue, West Springfield, Massachusetts and works at Elm Hardware Company on Elm Street, West Springfield, Massachusetts. The person who will always know his address is (Jessie crossed out) Mrs. Paul May.

Earl B. Sebolt dies September 30, 1970 in Volusia County, Florida. He is buried at Shady Rest Cemetery, Holly Hill, Volusia County, Florida.

His birth date was May 7, 1880.



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