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  1. Frederick Leroy INMAN: Birth: 30 MAR 1905 in Piqua, Miami, OH. Death: 02 MAY 1970 in Billings, Yellowstone, MT

  2. Frances Harriet INMAN: Birth: 03 MAR 1906 in Piqua, Miami, OH. Death: 11 MAR 1955 in Lewistown, Fergus, MT

  3. Bert Edgar INMAN: Birth: 30 JUL 1908 in Piqua, Miami, OH. Death: 13 SEP 1970 in Whitefish, Flathead, MT

  4. Boy INMAN: Birth: 09 APR 1916 in Piqua, Miami, OH. Death: 09 APR 1916 in Piqua, Miami, OH

  5. Girl INMAN: Birth: 09 APR 1916 in Piqua, Miami, OH. Death: 09 APR 1916 in Piqua, Miami, OH

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  7. Helen Louise INMAN: Birth: 07 JAN 1925 in Havre, Hill, MT. Death: 13 JAN 1925 in Havre, Hill, MT

1. Title:   Census records.
2. Title: Cemetery Records
3. Title:   Wife's obituary.
4. Title:   MT, Death Index, 1868-2011
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a. Note:   Info on this line from Mary June Bartlett, 1880 CENSUS - Newton, Miami, OH roll 1049 p 220D fam 221; living with his grandparents. 1900 CENSUS - Piqua Ward 3, Miami, OH roll 1305 p 8A fam 158. 1910 CENSUS - New Castle Ward 7, Henry, IN roll 355 p 19A fam 313; married 6, 3 kids 3 living. Living with her parents. 1920 CENSUS - Fresno, Hill, MT roll 971 p 11B fam 216. 1930 CENSUS - Fresno, Hill, MT roll 1257 p 1A fam 5. MIAMI HELMET August 25, 1898 Edition LETTER FROM CAMP Piqua Boy With Company A at Fernandina Relates Experances FERNANDINA, Fla., Aug. 21, 1898 MR. EDITOR: - No doubt you have had a number of letters from the boys down here. Perhaps, however, this may be interesting to the readers who wish to hear how the Third Ohio is situated at the camp in Fernandina. We are situated about one-half mile northeast of Fernanfina on a hill overlooking the beautiful river. On the eastern side of us lies the beautiful Atlantic ocean, where the boys enjoy themselves very much. Our brigade marches down to the beach about twice a week for drill, after which we stack arms and go swiming. This the boys are fond of, especially when they can ride the large over rolling waves. We were over at the dock this afternoon to se a large tramp steamer from Liverpool. The fireman took us down into the dark fire room by a number of iron ladders. We were also over to the old fort church where we took dinner with the Sixth New York Artillery boys. They are all anxious to get back home. There are so many reports circulated here in camp that one wearies of listening to them. We are going to Huntsville, Alabama, sometime this week from where we expect to go back to our native state, Ohio. All the sick who are in the division hospital are getting a thirty day furlough. Company A will not have as many men when it leaves Fernandina as when it left Tampa. Company H of the Third Regiment entertained Company H from the 69th New York. Yours, Bert Inman, Co. A Third Ohio
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