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Lance-Souders Family Cemetery
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This is the Lance-Souders Family Cemetery on Green Road in Blackberry Township, Kane County, Illinois.  William Lance was the first European settler west of the Fox river in Kane County, homesteading this property in 1834.  He was born in the British Colony of New Jersey in 1771 and lived to the age of 102. 

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Uploaded: 16/06/2013
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