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Nathan Musgrave brother of Thomas.


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My 3xgreat grandfather Thomas Musgrave was living a few hundred miles from his brother in 1900. Thomas in Allegheny, PA and Nathan In Clay, Indiana.

I have just found that Nathan Musgrave died in 1905 aged 68, and his death is listed on Anc under Indiana Deaths. I am getting closer to finding Thomas's death now as any obituary might, just might state if brother Thomas was still alive. A website does have an obituary for him in October 1905 aged 68 but I have to order a photocopy. Now I have a death month it will be easier to look if any other papers have an obituary.


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