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Photo #22244

Last Name: Alexander

First Name : Eva

Middle Name:

Subject's City: Baraboo

Subject's State: WI

Subject's County: Sauk

Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1851-1900

Photographer: Baer

Photographer's City: Baraboo

Photographer's State: WI

Nee: Slye

Type** : CDV

Comments: Eva Alexander (Nee: Slye) | Baraboo WI United States | 1851-1900 | Comments: Photographer Alfred Baer Archive 22244 Archive Note: 4/12/2006 - **This is probably a great great aunt of mine since my mother was born in Baron, Wisc. She was Elaine C. Johnston, and my great grandfather was an Alexander and his brother Corporal John Alexander is buried at Antietham after that terrible battle. He was in the Wisconsin Regiment.**

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