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2201 [The Cole Family] decided to immigrate to the United States, and in 1823 they set out from home and traveled up to Liverpool, West Yorkshire. They boarded a ship named the ?John Wells? bound for the New Land. Family F375
 
2202 [Thomas D. Deans] was a carpenter when a young man and later a partner with his father, John Deans, in the undertaking business for many years. After his father died, he conducted the business for many years in Cleveland, after which he retired. Deans, Thomas Derritt (I1183)
 
2203 [Thomas D. Deans] was a carpenter when a young man and later a partner with his father, John Deans, in the undertaking business for many years. After his father died, he conducted the business for many years in Cleveland, after which he retired. Deans, John (I353)
 
2204 [Varland] ... was pronounced dead on arrival Saturday, October 25, at Oneida City Hospital, after being stricken with a heart attack in his home. Beebe, Varland M. (I2626)
 
2205 [William Sanders] also kept a hotel, conducted a stage line,and at one time manufactured glass [in Cleveland]. Sanders, William (I1324)
 
2206 [William's son, Lucian] died in 1863, and Mr. Sanders closed up his law business in Cleveland and removed to Syracuse, where he practiced until 1879, when he returned to Cleveland. Sanders, William (I1324)
 

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