Lorenzo Dow Munselle
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Parents
Thomas Munselle
Thomas Munselle
1790 - 1873
Mary Eastman
Mary Eastman
1804 - 1845
Spouse
Children
Mary Ann Munselle
Mary Ann Munselle
1852 - 1923

1828


Jan 1
1828 Greek War of Independence: the London Protocol entails the creation of an autonomous Greek state under Ottoman suzerainty, encompassing the Morea and the Cyclades.

1850


Age: 21y
Lorenzo Dow Munselle - 1850 United States Federal Census

residence


Harrison, Licking, Ohio, USA ⇓
Thomas Munsell (Lorenzo's father) is living next door. Lydia's mother was living in Union, Licking, Ohio at the time.
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1850 • Delegate Edward Ralph May delivers speech on behalf of African American suffrage to the Indiana Constitutional Convention.

1850


Age: 21y

1864


Feb 27
Age: 36y

1864


Feb 27
Age: 36y

military


Camp Butler, Illinois ⇓
Fought in the Civil War for roughly sixteen months. He was listed in Company H, Illinois 6th Cavalry Regiment and promoted to Full Saddler. Mustered in by Capt. O'Kean, and mustered out on 12 Jun 1865 by Lt. Curtis at Mound City, Illinois. His occupation was described as 'farmer'. Illinois was a Union State.
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1864 American Civil WarBattle of Petersburg: Union forces under General Grant and troops led by Confederate General Robert E. Lee battle for the last time.

1869


Jul 20
Age: 41y
1869 Elizabeth Cady Stanton is the first woman to testify before the United States Congress.

1870


Apr 5
Age: 42y

1907


Apr 13
Age: 79y
1907 • The triode thermionic amplifier invented by Lee de Forest, starting the development of electronics as a practical technology.

1907


Sep

burial


San Saba, Texas, USA ⇓
Buried at Richland Springs Cemetery, San Saba, Texas
1907 • The Japan–Korea Treaty of 1907 brings the government and military of the protectorate of Korea more firmly under Japanese control.

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