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The below are transcriptions of newspaper articles that contain information on Sheldon’s.  These were transcribed by volunteers of from originals.


Name Years Location Sheldon’s Mentioned
 Bayonne Herald 1880  Bayonne, New Jersey
  • Louisa Sheldon: 1880
 Brooklyn Daily Eagle 1886  Brooklyn, New York
  • Emma B. Sheldon: 1886
 British Colonist 1871  Port Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • Samuel Sheldon: 1871
 Burlington Free Press 1898  Burlington, Vermont
  • Earl Traux Sheldon
 Chicago Tribune 1918-1931  Chicago, Illinois
 Congleton and Macclesfield Mercury 1858-1892  Congleton, Cheshire, England
  • Arthur Sheldon: 1858
  • Henry Frederick Sheldon, son of J. C.: 1860
  • Joseph Sheldon: 1892
  • Robert Sheldon: 1859, 1860
  • T. Sheldon: 1858
 Daily Mirror 1910-1911  London, England
 Geneva Courier 1879  Geneva, New York
  • Wareham Sheldon: 1879
 Gazette and Courier 1878  Greenfield, Massachusetts
  • Ensign John Sheldon: 1878
 Lancashire Evening Post 1911  Preston, Lancashire, England
 Long Beach Sun 1944  Long Beach, California
 Montclair Times 1895-1914  Montclair, New Jersey
  • Cevedra Blake Sheldon: 1895
  • Sheldon W. Case: 1904-1914
 Morning Leader 1911  London, England
 Morning News 1880, 1928  Wilmington, Delaware
  • Lucius Sheldon: 1880
  • Aaron Sheldon: 1880
  • Louisa Sheldon: 1880
  • A. D. Sheldon: 1880
  • Mark W. Sheldon: 1928
 New Orleans Crescent 1859  New Orleans, Louisiana
 Newark Star-Eagle 1914  Newark, New Jersey
  • Sheldon W. Case: 1914
 Oakland Tribune 1896  Oakland, California
 Reno Evening Gazette 1904  Reno, Nevada
  • William Wallace Barbour Sheldon: 1904
 Sacramento Bee 1943  Sacramento, California
 West Jersey Press 1871  Camden, New Jersey
  • Mrs. Martha Sheldon: 1871
 Wichita Beacon 1927  Wichita, Kansas
By |2023-08-07T10:49:46-04:00January 15, 2022|Comments Off on Newspapers

About the Author:

Dale has been studying genealogy heavily for over 30 years, since the age of 10. Although he does not seek professional clients, he has helped a family regain property lost during the Holocaust, and has assisted to obtain historical preservation status for a building in San Francisco. He is a co-admin of the ftDNA Sheldon DNA Project. He lived most of his life in California but has recently moved to upstate New York. He works in the travel industry.
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