Birth Announcements from the Early 1900s

Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer Saturday, a son. (Clare Sentinel, December 26, 1901)

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Levi Groover at the home of her mother, Mrs. J.R. Plumley, of this village on Monday, a six pound girl. Dr. J.W. Bachelor reports mother and child doing nicely. (Oxford Leader and Globe, July 22, 1904)

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Groover, Saturday, a baby girl. (Oxford Leader and Globe, October 27, 1905)

Relatives received word Saturday of the arrival of the stork at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Milne, in Wheaton, Ill., a daughter. Congratulations are very much in order. (Adrian Daily Telegram, September 16, 1907)

A nine pound son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Porritt last week. (Oxford Leader, April 24, 1908)

RORICK—To Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge H. Rorick, 377 Ross street, October 15, a boy. (Oregon Daily Journal, October 29, 1912)

A son was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Spear. (Adrian Daily Telegram, January 30, 1918)

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gunkle of Sherman street, a seven pound daughter, Wednesday afternoon. (Logansport Pharos-Tribune, October 4, 1918)

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William S. McGill, Monday, October 31, a son. (Oceanside Blade, November 5, 1921)

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Pomeroy have a new daughter, born Friday morning at the Twin Falls hospital. Mrs. Pomeroy was formerly Miss Carleen Dougherty, a teacher in the Kimberly schools. (Idaho Evening Times, May 25, 1923)

Born, October 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Spear, a daughter, Emma Francis. (Adrian Daily Telegram, October 14, 1925)

WALLING—In Jamestown, August 15, to the wife of Gardner Jerome Walling, formerly Cora Travis Gilbert, of Jamestown, a daughter, Betty Louise. (Modesto News-Herald, August 18, 1929)

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