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Today is March 6.

Familypedia people who were born on this day

  Father Mother Birth place
Christian Martin Bade (1846-1917) Ottensen, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Johanna Elizabeth Bakker (1890-1989) Dirk Bakker (1863-) Cornelia Helena Tietz (1867-) Den Helder, Texel, North Holland, Netherlands
Grant Blunt (1840-1912) Edward Powlett Blunt (1806-1880) Caroline Anne Clavell (1806-1886) England, United Kingdom
Alice Elena Boicescu (1889-1958) Alexandru Boicescu (1853-1893) Maria Elena Nicolescu (1854-1931) Bucharest, Romania
George Robert Boon (1859-1924) Nathaniel Boon (1824-1911) Harriet Sarah Woodbridge (1836-1865) Nangus, New South Wales, Australia
Patience Brown (1669-1693) Jonathan Brown (1635-1691) Mary Shattuck (1645-1732) Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Elizabeth Butler (1824-1893) Sylvester Butler (c1804-1847) Ann Andrew Elkin (1805-1833) Lower Portland Head, New South Wales, Australia
Matthew James Chaseling (1839-1906) John Chaseling (1799-1876) Ann Everingham (1802-1849) Lower Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Mary Ann Chegwidden (1876-1944) Frederick Chegwidden (1846-1927) Agnes Cotton Stephens (1845-1927) Longorra, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
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Familypedia people who died on this day

  Father Mother Death place Age at death
Phineas Annis (1803-1880) 77
Nehemiah Baglin (1765-1801) Nehemiah Baglin (1730-1818) Betty Adlam (c1732-1773) 36
Loammi Baldwin (1803-1860) Timothy Baldwin (1762-1823) Prudence Chapman (1768-1846) 57
Eleanor Beauchamp (1408-1467) Richard Beauchamp, 13th Earl of Warwick (1381-1439) Elizabeth Berkeley, Baroness Lisle (c1385-1422) 59
Gerard Beckering (1667-1728) Joes Beckering (1630-1680) Aleid Wrede (1637-1680) Mettingen
James Zadock Bellamy (1798-1875) William Zadock Bellamy (c1772-1850) Ann Fay (1774-1843) West Pennant Hills, New South Wales, Australia 77
Mary Ann Blackman (1803-1886) James Blackman (1759-1842) Elizabeth Harley (1765-1842) Raglan, New South Wales, Australia 83
Mary Bushell (1829-1904) Paul Bushell (c1768-1853) Isabella Brown (1801-1883) Windsor, New South Wales, Australia 75
Richard James Butler (1919-1997) Richard Henry Butler (1867-1949) Bertha Jane Fleming (1879-1951) 78
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Familypedia people who were first married on this day

  Father Mother Joined with-g1 Wedding1 place
Mary Ball (1708-1789) Joseph Ball (bef1708) Mary Montague (bef1708) Augustine Washington (c1694-1743)
William Henry Bennett (1873-1940) William Henry Bennett (1850-1915) Emily Roberts (1837-1933) Amy Charles Wearne (1872-1914) Phillack, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
Lavinia Bingham (1762-1831) Charles Bingham, 1st Earl of Lucan (1735-1799) Margaret Smith (1739-1814) George John Spencer, 2nd Earl Spencer (1758-1834) London
Marie d'Artois (c1291-1365) Philippe d'Artois (1269-1298) Blanche de Bretagne (1270-1327) Jean I de Namur (1267-1330) Paris
Robert William Chidley (c1837-1918) James Chidley (bef1837) Jane (bef1837) Caroline Vidler (1848-1932) Jamberoo, New South Wales, Australia
George Cook Cramp (1836-1915) Jury Cramp (1778-1849) Mary Ann Edmonds (1802-1870) Mary Ann Pearce (1836-1914) Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia
Charles Fernance (1818-1902) John Anthony Fernance (1790-1860) Mary J Green (1790-1860) Susannah Jane Walters (1822-1906) Pitt Town, New South Wales, Australia
Thomas Golledge (c1765-1836) Thomas Golledge (c1732) Elizabeth unknown (c1735) Mary Griffiths (c1779-1846) Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Elizabeth Goodenow (1672-1736) John Goodenow (1635-1721) Mary Axtell (1639-1704) Josiah Hayden (1669-1730) Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States
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Familypedia people who had their second wedding (or first after a liaison) on this day

  Father Mother Joined with-g2 Wedding2 place
Rudolf III. von Sachsen-Wittenberg (c1367-1419) Wenzel I. von Sachsen (c1337-1388) Cecilia di Carrara (c1356-1427) Barbara von Liegnitz (-1435)
Joseph Collits (1808-1888) Pierce Briggington Collits (1763-1848) Mary Hardwick (1769-1841) Martha Gully (c1817-1882) Mount Clarence, New South Wales, Australia
Nanny Longstroth (1828-1911) Stephen Longstroth (1789-1861) Ann Gill (1795-1878) Franklin Dewey Richards (1821-1899) Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah
Dorothy Irene Ridenour (1931-1997) Arthur Riley Ridenour (1896-1963) Ollie Jane Hubbard (1898-1960) Willis Albert Kennedy (1919-2009) Houston, Harris County, Texas
Hannah Slater (1792-1883) Henry Slater of Thakeham (c1770-) Elizabeth Unknown (c1770-) Thomas Adams (c1780-1827) Baxterley, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom
Mary Thompson (1827-1905) John Thompson (1804-1841) Phebe Robson (1804-1868) Franklin Dewey Richards (1821-1899) Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah
Augustine Washington (c1694-1743) Lawrence Washington (1659-1698) Mildred Warner (1671-1701) Mary Ball (1708-1789)
Jean I de Namur (1267-1330) Gui de Dampierre (1225-1305) Isabella von Luxemburg (1247-1298) Marie d'Artois (c1291-1365) Paris
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