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Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia Inquirer
Contributed by Harrison

Description: William Mason Looses House at Milton to Fire

Date: April 23 1909

Newspaper published in: Philadelphia

Source: newspaper

Page/Column: Sussex County Snapshots

Milton, Del., April 22, 1909:

A house belonging to William Mason burned to the ground in Milton and the occupants barely escaped with their lives. The house was valued at $800 and had no insurance.

William W. Mason, an area farmer, is 51 years of age, his wife, Addie, the former Addie Parker, daughter of local undertaker Samuel Parker and his wife Priscilla Hall Parker, is 50 years old. They were married in 1880 and have five children, Eugene. Mary May, Lawrence, Sam, Jr., and William.

Submitted: 06/09/10

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