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  (b. abt. 1788 Groton, Connecticut, USA   d. 8 June 1826 Danville, Pennsylvania, USA )  

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Catherine COOK was born abt. 1788 in Groton, Connecticut, USA

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Catherine  married  Orrin SHOLES .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Orrin SHOLES  was born abt. 1789 in Groton, Connecticut, USA.  Orrin died 17 January 1866 in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA (Southport).  Orrin was the child of Cyrus SHOLES and Bridget LATHAM.

Catherine COOK died 8 June 1826 in Danville, Pennsylvania, USA.
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Orrin SHOLES was the child of Cyrus SHOLES and Bridget LATHAM




Children of Orrin SHOLES and Catherine COOK:

flag photo of Christopher Latham SHOLES  Christopher Latham SHOLES (b.14 February 1819, Mooresburg, Pennsylvania, USA  d. 17 February 1890, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA)
m. Mary Jane MCKINNEY 1841



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Christopher Latham SHOLES was born 14 February 1819, Mooresburg, Pennsylvania, USA

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8 June 1826
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Catherine is buried at: Old Presbyterian Church Cemetery Danville, Montour County, Pennsylvania, USA
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