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Edwin Henry Drumm livining in Johnstown New York area
Posted by: Bill Ellis (ID *****8101) Date: November 02, 2003 at 05:33:44
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I am looking for information on Edwin Henry Drumm (or Drum). I do not know how his parents but believe that he had a brother named James O. Drumm. I would love the information in the 1850 census. Here is all of the information that I have on Edwin.

Edwin Henry Drumm, born 1840, married 1863, died 1908

Edwin, a student and residing in Johnstown, was listed in the Johnstown Academy Catalog for 1856-57.

During the July 1, 1859 exhibition by the students of Johnstown Academy, Edwin H. Drumm performed the original version of The Indians.

The 1880 Federal Census for District 1, Johnstown, Fulton County, New York State found Edwin Henry Drum (age 40, born in New York State as were his parents, occupation glove peddler), his wife Sarah Louise (age 41, born in New York State as were her parents, occupation house keeper) and their children Alice M. (age 15, born in New York State, scholar), Charles Henry (age 13, born in New York State, scholar), Emmet G. (age 11, born in New York State, scholar), Francis E. (age 4, born in New York State) and Maud E. (age 2, born in New York State) living on Main Street.

Buried in section A of Johnstown Cemetery in lot 310.

Thank you,

Bill Ellis


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