Bio: Cammers, Alvin (1894 - 1901)

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Surnames: Cammers, Commers, Meacham, Matteson

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 10/31/1901

Alvin Cammers (16 Feb 1894 - 22 Oct 1901)

Cammers, Joseph (Death of Son - 22 Oct. 1901)

While in this city, Saturday, David Irvine and Ed Meacham called at the office and incidentally stated that there were several cases of diphtheria in their neighborhood; that a 7 year old son of Jos. Commers (Cammers) had died, Tuesday, and that there were two sick in the family of O. B. Matteson.

1900 Federal Census, ED 16 Beaver & Unit towns, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 1, family 7

Joseph Cammers, white, married, male
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Germany
years married: 21
estimated marriage year: 1879

Household Members
head Joseph Cammers M 42 (May 1858) Wisconsin
wife Amelia Cammers F 41 (Jul 1859) Wisconsin
son Harry Cammers M 18 (Jul 1882) Wisconsin
daughter Eva Cammers F 17 (Nov 1883) Wisconsin
son Alvin Cammers M 6 (Feb 1894) Wisconsin
son Arthur Cammers M 2 (Oct 1898) Wisconsin

Wisconsin Death Records

Alvin Cammers
gender: Male
burial date: 1901
burial place: Beaver, Clark, Wi
death date: 22 Oct 1901
death place: Beaver, Clark, Wisconsin
age: 7
birth date: 16 Feb 1901 (1894)
birthplace: Beaver, Clark, Wi
race: White
marital status: Single
father's name: Joseph Cammers
father's birthplace: Waukeshal, Wi
mother's name: Amelia Cammers
mother's birthplace: Two Rivers



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