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  • [S1349] Memphis as She Is. Rambles in the Path of Industrial & Commercial Circles; Descriptive Review, Containing Official Figures of the Memphis Cotton Exchange, and Merchants Exchange, and Sketches of Representative Firms (Memphis: Historical and Descriptive Publishing Company, 1887). Copies of selected pages provided by Debra Burrell, Memphis, Aug 2007.
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  • [S1969] Elizabeth Saunders Austin, Certificate of Death, 16631, issued by Commonwealth of Kentucky State Board of Health, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Frankfort, Kentucky, filed 31 Jul 1942. Informant was Sanders Fowler, relationship unknown. Image found online on Ancestry.com, from Vital Statistics Original Death Certificates Microfilm (1911-1955), rolls #7016130-7041803, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Frankfort, Kentucky.
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