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Lydia A Klunk

Birth02 Dec 1806 - Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death11 Apr 1880 - Kent County, Michigan, USA
MotherMary Norbeck
FatherJoseph Klunk

Born in Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA on 02 Dec 1806 to Joseph Klunk and Mary Norbeck. Lydia A Klunk married Peter R Noel and had 13 children. She passed away on 11 Apr 1880 in Kent County, Michigan, USA.

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Parents
Joseph Klunk
1776 - 1853
Mary Norbeck
1781 - 1859
Spouse(s)
Peter R Noel
1810 - 1889
Children Show all
Francis Frank Noel
1850 - Unknown
John S Noel
1834 - 1900
Lucinda Helen Noel
1854 - 1897
Louisa F Noel
1848 - 1880
James Noel
1844 - Unknown
Mary Ann Noel
1835 - 1885
Lydia Noel
1849 - 1912

Pius John Noel
1832 - 1910
Agness Noel
1836 - Unknown
William Peter Noel
1840 - 1884
Caroline C Noel
1832 - 1885
Sylvester T Noel
1837 - Unknown
Joseph H Noel
1841 - 1876

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