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Lewis Edward Allen (b. - 1866)

Lewis E. Allen, of Boston, was married to a woman named Susan B. Allen in 1847. They lived for a while in Boston where their son Frank was born, but then moved to New Orleans where they had a "general ...

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Samuel Wylde Hardinge (USA) [Naval Officer] (c.1836 - 1866)

BELLE BOYD'S FIRST HUSBAND, Wylde Hardinge, was also a passenger (on the Evening Star). This gentleman became notorious, in connection with the ship Slienandoah. On his arrival in England, about three ...

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Frank R. Dennis (1843 - 1866)

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William Knapp, Capt. MP (1825 - 1866)

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Adelaide Alice Spangenberg (1844 - 1866)

Alice was the wife of Robert Ferriday Spangenberg. She was among the 250 passengers who died aboard the steamship Evening Star when it sank during a storm off the coast of Tybee Island, GA, en route fr...

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Julie Eugenie Alhaiza (b. - 1866)

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Charles Paul Alhaiza (1827 - 1866)

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John E. Wynkoop (1826 - 1866)

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David Burr, Capt. (1826 - 1866)

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Robert Lancing Finger MP (1837 - 1874)

Robert Lancing Finger was the Chief Engineer of the steamship Evening Star and was one of 17 of the 270 persons on board who survived. His brother Coenrad was also aboard, but did not survive. The Even...

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Coenrad Lancing Finger MP (1824 - 1866)

Coenrad Lancing Finger died at age 42 when the steamship Evening Star sank during a hurricane off the coast of Georgia, 185 miles east of Tybee. His brother Robert L. Finger was chief engineer and surv...

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Capt. William Chipman (1827 - 1866)

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George Hillman (1847 - 1866)

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George E. Hillman (1809 - 1866)

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Margaret Hillman (1845 - 1866)

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Lewis Edward Allen (c.1833 - 1866)

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Catherine Maria Gallier (1822 - 1866)

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James Gallier, Sr. (1798 - 1866)

GALLIER, James, Sr., architect. Born, Ravensdale, Louth County, Ireland, July 24, 1798; son of Thaddeus and Margaret Taylor Gallier. Educated in local schools; apprenticed in the building trade; studie...

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Billy Wray (b. - 1866)

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Phebe Clark Palfrey (1836 - 1866)

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Henry William Palfrey (1798 - 1866)

Henry William Palfrey (1798-1866) initially worked for the counting houses of William Simpson and the House of Chew & Relf in New Orleans. In 1820 he set up the merchant and cotton factor firm of Taylo...

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