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Free Genealogy Death Record on the Coffin Plate of Howard M Caryl
Howard M Caryl
Age 3mos 3days
This coffin plate for Howard M Caryl was found in New York.
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As Howard M Caryl was only 3 months old when he died it would be unlikly that he wouldbe recorded in a census. And as their are no dates on this coffin plate we can only guess at the time frame we are looking for. I would say this coffin plate is from the 1870s or 1880s and as it was found in New York I had a
hunt for Caryls in the 1870 United States Federal Census on Ancestry.com. I found several people of interest as you can see below. Their are many thousands of genealogy entries for the Caryl surname. If you want to have a look at them I have a link to a Free Trial on Ancestry.com. Ancestry has more genealogy records than any site on the net and they often have free trials and special promotions.
1870 United States Federal Census
Name, Home in 1870 Estimated Birth Year, Birthplace.
Wm S Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1818 Vermont
Deney Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1819 Vermont
Julian Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1845 New York
Sally A Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1848 New York
Eugene Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1852 New York
Loren Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1854 New York
Willis Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1856 New York
Horace Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1858 New York
Rosella Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1861 New York
Ida C Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1868 New York
Andrew N Caryl, Hume, Allegany, NY abt 1869 New York
George Caryl, Evans, Erie, NY abt 1837 New York
Adaline Caryl, Evans, Erie, NY abt 1838 New York
John H Caryl, Evans, Erie, NY abt 1858 New York
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Coffin plates often contain birth and death dates, and sometimes the place of birth or the occupation of a deceased person.
While not technically a true vital record, coffin plates can be seen as a substitute for vital records or at the least a good clue. In the case of people who died before civil registration it might be one of the few written records genealogists will find in their hunt for that brick wall ancestor!
If you want to know more about what things qualify as a true Vital Records there is a good article at the Olive Tree.
Remember when searching for Coffin Plates on the net they are sometimes referred to as Coffin Plaques, Casket plates or Casket Plaques.