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MAINE, Ermengarde du
MALTBY SAWYER, Blanch
MARRETT MUNROE, Hannah
MASSASOIT
MATILDA EMPRESS
McCLEAN, (Colonel) Alexander
McCLEAN, Sarah HOLMES
McLEAN FISHER, Evaline
McLEAN John
McLEAN John Steele
McLEAN Elizabeth KIRK
McLEAN Mary STEELE
MEAUX, Adèle de, Countess of Anjou
MEEK, Betsy MUNROE
MEEK, Timothy
MOGENSEN POULSEN, Sophia Jensena
MONROE MORRIS, Mary Jane
MONROE RAY, Clarissa Ann
MONROE WILKINS, Asenath
MONTFORT, Bertrade de
MONTFORT, Simon I de
MOORE STILLMAN, Betsey
MORRIS, John W., Jr.
MORRIS, Mary Jane MONROE
MOSES, Barbara Matilda NEFF
MOSES, Julian
MOSES, Julian N
MOSES, Ruth RIDGE
MUNROE, Aaron
MUNROE, Amos
MUNROE, Anne STONE
MUNROE, Aris BIXBY
MUNROE, Asenath WILKINS
MUNROE GORDON, Azubah HENRY
MUNROE MEEK, Betsy
MUNROE, Daniel
MUNROE, David
MUNROE, Ebenezer
MUNROE, Elijah
MUNROE, Elizabeth
MUNROE RUGG, Elizabeth
MUNROE, Elizabeth JOHNSON
MUNROE, George
MUNROE, Hannah
MUNROE, Hannah MARRETT
MUNROE, Hannah RICHARDSON
MUNROE WHEELER, Hepzibah
MUNROE, Isaac
MUNROE, John (Lieutenant)
MUNROE, John
MUNROE, Jonas (1C7R)
MUNROE, Jonas (2C6R)
MUNROE, Joseph “Corporal Joe”
MUNROE, Joseph “Doctor Joseph”
MUNROE, Joseph Jr.
MUNROE, Joshua
MUNROE WILKINS, Margaret
MUNROE, Martha GEORGE
MUNROE, Martha SMITH
MUNROE, Mary BALL
MUNROE FASSETT, Mary
MUNROE, Mary CUTLER
MUNROE SANDERSON, Mary
MUNROE UNDERWOOD, Mary
MUNROE, Mercy BENJAMIN
MUNROE, Nathan
MUNROE, Ransom
MUNROE, Rebecca LOCKE
MUNROE, Rebecca WELLINGTON
MUNROE, Reuben
MUNROE, Robert
MUNROE, Ruth KENDALL
MUNROE TIDD, Ruth
MUNROE DUDLEY, Sarah
MUNROE, Sarah HARRINGTON
MUNROE, Sarah HENRY
MUNROE, Thaddeus
MUNROE, William (8GF)
MUNROE, William (H8GU)
MUNROE, William (H1C8R)
MUNROE, William (H2C7R)
MURDOUGH RAY, Mary E
MUSSER, Samuel
MUSSER BITNER STARR, Anna BARR
MUSSER NEFF, Elizabeth
NAF, Adam
NEFF SEELY, Alfaretta
NEFF, Amanda
NEFF, Amos Herr
NEFF, Ann Eliza BENEDICT
NEFF MOSES, Barbara Matilda
NEFF, Benjamin Barr
NEFF, Catherine Elizabeth THOMAS
NEFF, Cyrus
NEFF, Eliza Ann HUGHES
NEFF, Elizabeth
NEFF, Elizabeth MUSSER
NEFF, Frances Mariah STILLMAN
NEFF, Franklin
NEFF, John II
NEFF, John III
NEFF, Maria Mary Ann BOWTHORPE
NEFF, Martha Ann BITNER
NEFF, Martha Ann DILWORTH
NEFF, Martha Elizabeth
NEFF, Mary BARR
NEFF ROCKWELL, Mary Ann
NEFF, Mary Ellen LOVE
NEFF PIERCE, Susanna
NEWELL, Jason H. T.
MAINE, Ermengarde du (28GGM, 1096-1126) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Countess of Maine

Consort of 28GGF Foulques V “The Young, later King of Jerusalem”
Mother of 27GGF Geoffroy IV, the first Plantagenet
MALTBY SAWYER, Blanch (~1879-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: wife of 2C3 Walter J Sawyer
MARRETT MUNROE, Hannah (1668-1716) Wife to Lt. John
Location of grave
MASSASOIT Wampanoag chieftain, friend of Stephen Hopkins
MATILDA EMPRESS (27GGM, 1103-1169) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Reluctant Wife of the original Plantagenet
Daughter of Henry I of England
Granddaughter of William the “Conqueror”
Youthful Consort of Heinrich V Hohenstaufen, Holy Roman Emperor;
Very prideful mother of Henry II, first Plantagenet King of England
Conducted civil war against her cousin;
McCLEAN, (Colonel) Alexander (5GU 1746-1834) Son of William MacLean and Elizabeth Rule; father of John McLean; fought in Revolution; set Mason/Dixon line; settled Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married Sarah Holmes
McCLEAN, Sarah HOLMES (5GA 1746-1834) Wife of Alexander McClean
McLEAN FISHER, Evaline (GGGM 1805-1893) Nauvoo resident
Nauvoo property
Wife of Joseph Fisher
Grave
Grave in Salt Lake
Grave of her daughter in Salt Lake
McLEAN John (4GF 1740-1813) Son of William and Elizabeth Rule McLean; husband of Mary Steele; father of 3GF John Steele McLean
McLEAN John Steele (GGGF 1770-1860) Son of John and Mary Steele McLean; husband of Elizabeth Kirk; father of GGM Evaline McLean Fisher
McLEAN Elizabeth KIRK (GGGM 1775- ) Wife of John Steele McLean; mother of GGM Evaline McLean Fisher
McLEAN Mary STEELE (4GM 1747-1823) Wife of John McLean; mother of 3GF John Steele McLean
MEAUX, Adèle de, Countess of Anjou (32GGM, c.934-982) Ancestor of our Plantagenets
Daughter of 33GGF Robert of Vermandois, Count of Meaux and Troyes, and 33GGM Adelaide de Chalon.
Wife of 32GGF Geoffroy I, “Grisegonelle” Count of Anjou
Mother of 31GGF Fulk III “Nerra”
MEEK, Betsy MUNROE (2C6R, 1793-1841) Daughter of Jonas and Sarah
Wife of Timothy
MEEK, Timothy (1797-?) Son-in-law of Jonas and Sarah
Husband of 2C6R Betsy
Incorporator of Union Calvinistic Society
MILLER, John and Dorothy Their baby (Shelby, I still think), was born while John and Dorothy were in the Arlington Ward
Present with three teenage descendants at the 19th Reunion of the Arlington Ward
MOGENSEN POULSEN, Sophia Jensena (Great-grandmother, 1867-1943) In the four-generation fan chart
Grandma Anderson’s mother
With me on her lap
MONROE MORRIS, Mary Jane (1824-1871) Chart
David & Asenath
Monument
Detail
The Rays
MONROE RAY, Clarissa Ann (3C5R, 1824-1875) Chart
David & Asenath
Mary Jane
The Rays
Little Ruth
MONROE WILKINS, Asenath (1834- ) Wife of 2C6R David Monroe
David & Asenath
Mary Jane
James & Asenath
Detail
Leonard
The Rays
MONTFORT, Bertrade de (29GGM, c.1070-1117) Daughter of 30GGF Simon de Montfort and 30GGM Agnes d’Évreux
Wife of 29GGF FOULQUES IV “The Grouchy”, who was reportedly much in love with her; ran off, nevertheless, with Philippe I of France and became his Queen Consort
Mother of 28GGF Foulques V, King of Jerusalem
MONTFORT, Simon I de (30GGF, c.1025-1087) Seigneur de Montfort in Normandy; husband of 30GGM Agnès d’Évreux; Father of 28GGM Bertrade de Montfort, later Queen Consort of France
MOORE STILLMAN, Betsey (W1C4R, 1794-1842) Married Jonathan Stillman
Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery
MORRIS, John W., Jr. (1819- ) Chart
Monument
MORRIS, Mary Jane MONROE(1824-1871) Chart
David & Asenath
Monument
Detail
The Rays
MOSES, Barbara Matilda NEFF (GGA, 1820-1890) Firstborn of John and Mary
Married to Uncle Julian Moses Photo Family group Nauvoo resident
Neff History Parents’s graves, and maybe hers, in Salt Lake
MOSES, Julian (GGU) Neff History Neff Uncles Photo Family group, with Aunt Barbara Neff Moses and son Julian N
MOSES, Julian N (1C2R) Family group; son of Uncle Julian Moses and his second (plural) wife, Ruth Ridge; adopted by Aunt Barbara Matilda Neff Moses; died age 18
MOSES, Ruth RIDGE (MGGU) Second (plural) wife of Uncle Julian Moses; mother of Julian N Moses
MUNROE, Aaron (6GU 1755-1725) Brother of 5GGM Hepzibah
Aaron Way in Carlisle named after
Neighbor of father Nathan on Westford Street
MUNROE, Amos (H2C7R 1746-1765) Son of H1C8R William and Rebecca
Location of grave
MUNROE, Anne STONE (1718-1775) Wife of H1C8R Ensign Robert
Location of grave
MUNROE, Aris BIXBY (1797- ) Chart
Ransom
MUNROE, Asenath WILKINS (~1795-1887) Wife of 2C6R David Monroe
David & Asenath
Mary Jane
James & Asenath
Detail
Leonard
The Rays
MUNROE GORDON, Azubah HENRY (~1760-1847) Chart
Gravestone
Wife of 1C7R Dr. Joseph
Ransom
MUNROE MEEK, Betsy (2C6R, 1793-1841) Daughter of Jonas and Sarah
Wife of Timothy
MUNROE, Daniel (8GU, 1673-1734) Location of grave
MUNROE, David (1787-1838) Chart
David & Asenath
Isaac
Mary Jane
James & Asenath
The Rays
MUNROE, Ebenezer (H2C7R, 1744-1826) On Lexington Green
Location of grave
MUNROE, Elijah (1798-1878) Chart
Ransom
MUNROE, Elizabeth (7GGM ~1694- ) Married to Joseph Munroe, of our Lexington Munroe line
Carlisle ancestor
Chart
MUNROE RUGG, Elizabeth (8GA, 1676-) Third child of WilliamAndMary; married Thomas Rugg
Daughter of William the Immigrant and Mary
MUNROE, Elizabeth JOHNSON (Step-8GM) Third wife of William the Immigrant
Location of grave
MUNROE, George (H8GU, 1671-1746) Son of William the Immigrant and Martha
Location of grave
MUNROE, Hannah (~1707- ) Chart
MUNROE, Hannah MARRETT (1668-1716) Wife to Lt. John
Location of grave
MUNROE, Hannah RICHARDSON (1761-1828) Wife of 5GU Thaddeus
Thaddeus & Hannah
Monument
Detail
David & Asenath
Isaac
MUNROE WHEELER, Hepzibah (1751-1829) Autograph
Born in present-day Carlisle
Married Oliver Wheeler II
Billerica birthplace
Carlisle ancestor
Granny Hepzibah
James & Abi
Barnard & daughter Betsey
Son Eli
Thaddeus & Hannah Cousin Thaddeus
Munroe Line
Gravestone
Hepzibah & Oliver
Epitaphs
Daughter of Nathan Munroe
In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers
Our line from key ancestors Oliver II and Hepzibah Wheeler
Our link to New Towne pioneers
In our Lexington Munroe line
Married to Oliver Wheeler II, of our Lexington Russell line
Mother of Oliver Wheeler III
Collared me
Awoke me to the purposes that have structured the residue of my mortal life.
Wife of Oliver Wheeler II; mother of Eli Wheeler
In our Prescott line
Descent from Watertown founders 1630
Her in-laws: the parents of her husband Oliver Wheeler II
A little girl in 1757, when her family moved to settle New Hampshire.
Our fifth great-grandmother
Married 5GGF Oliver Wheeler II, 3 March 1773.
Born in Billerica.
Home on Westford Street.
So how did our pivotal ancestors Oliver and Hepzibah ever meet?
Abi was Hepzibah’s and Oliver’s firstborn daughter.
Uncle Eli Wheeler was their fourth child
In this shot, you can just catch a glimpse of Thaddeus’ cousin
Her father Nathan was a founder of Carlisle
Dr. Joseph Munroe was her first cousin and therefore mine
The Vital Records showed her as born in Billerica
Harriet was a granddaughter of Oliver and Hepzibah
I brought her roses from Billerica.
I’d been looking forward to delivering an extensive status report.
Links us to an amazing heritage
Oliver II and Hepzibah Munroe Wheeler.
I blame her for my family history addiction
In all likelihood, her birthplace stood here at the time of the Revolution
Her most famous grandchild by far
The pivotal ancestors who connect us with
Oliver & Hepzibah Epitaphs
Didn’t really quite reprove my sloth as I deserved
Indeed, maybe it will be given to me to have been your Hepzibah
Maybe you’ll have a Hepzibah of your own
And here’s Our Munroe and Russell lines coincide in our crossroads ancestors, Oliver and Hepzibah.
Harriet, Hepzibah’s most famous grandchild by far
The Lord and Granny Hepzibah turned my world upside down.
A fifth great-grandmother.
My eye fell on a fascinating name:
The next Memorial Day, I set out to find Granny Hepzibah’s grave.
Turned my life around and focused it on family history.
I could have bought the flowers much closer to her birthplace.
Valerie did, once, accompany me to Hillsborough Center
The Revolutionary-era couple who, more than any others, tie us to our heritage in Colonial New England.
Of inconveniently far-away Billerica
A great-grandaughter of William Munroe, the 1653 immigrant to Lexington
MUNROE, Isaac (1782-1820) Chart
Monument
Detail
MUNROE, John (Lieutenant) (H8GU, 1666-1753) Donated Old Burying Ground to Town
His stepmother Mary Ball Munroe among the first buried there
Location of grave
MUNROE, John (H2C7R, 1748-1831) Son of Ensign Robert and Anne
Location of grave
MUNROE, Jonas (1C7R, 1757-1840) Son of Joshua and Ruth
Nephew and neighbor of Nathan
Father of church incorporators
MUNROE, Jonas (2C6R, 1795-1879) Son of Jonas and Sarah
Incorporator of Union Calvinistic Society
MUNROE, Joseph “Corporal Joe” (7GGF, 1687-1787) Chart 1
Chart 2
Descent from Watertown founders 1630
In our Lexington Munroe line
Son of WilliamAndMary
Carlisle ancestor
at Concord Bridge?
House
How his story grew
Creation of Carlisle
Location in Carlisle
Neighborhood
Sketch of home
Homestead location
Father of Nathan Munroe
Dr. Joseph
Thaddeus
MUNROE, Joseph “Doctor Joseph” (1757-1798) Chart
Settled Hillsborough
Dr. Joseph
Azubah
Ransom
MUNROE, Joseph Jr. (7GU, 1713-1783) Chart
Chosen to tune the Psalms
MUNROE, Joshua (7GU, 1717-1821) Chart
Creation of Carlisle
Received homestead from Joseph, 1753
Father of Thaddeus
Father of Reuben and Jonas
MUNROE WILKINS, Margaret (1C7R, 1742-1790) Daughter of Joseph and Hannah
Wife of Lt. Isaac Wilkins
MUNROE, Martha GEORGE (1624-1672) First wife of William the Immigrant
Heroism, etc., in Pioneer Middlesex
Rescued Mary Ball; died 1672, leaving four small children
MUNROE, Martha SMITH (3C6R, 1745-1834) Wife of Ebenezer
Location of grave
MUNROE, Mary BALL (8GGM 1651-1692) Chart
My line of descent from
Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground
Lexington pioneer, founder of our Munroe line
Location of grave
Graves of WilliamAndMary Munroe
Grave of Mary Ball Munroe
Heroism, etc., in Pioneer Middlesex
WilliamAndMary: the Short Version
Born in Watertown; parental family disintegrated; placed with grandparents, then with Bacons
Impregnated by Michael Bacon; sent away to Rhode Island
Warned out of Watertown
letter to Michael Bacon
Father John complained to Court
Gave birth to “Michael Billerica” Bacon
Letter to Court
Rescued by Munroes
Embroiled with Bacon over swine
Bacon found liable at second hearing
Countersued by Bacon
Finding affirmed; Bacon appeals to County Court
Appeal won; court costs added to previous judgment
Sues Bacon over cow, 1676; won again
God rest her all road ever she offended
MUNROE FASSETT, Mary (8GAunt, 1678-1754) Daughter of William the Immigrant and Mary
Location of grave
MUNROE, Mary CUTLER (1680-1713) Wife of Ensign William
Location of grave
MUNROE SANDERSON, Mary (H2C7R, 1748-1852) Lived to 104, reported that great-grandfather William Munroe’s house looked like a rope-walk
MUNROE UNDERWOOD, Mary (H2C7R, 1749-1802) Daughter of Marrett and Deliverance
Location of grave
MUNROE, Mercy BENJAMIN (6GGM 1714-1785) Chart 1
Chart 2
Carlisle ancestor
In our Benjamin line from the Cambridge pioneers
Married to Nathan Munroe, of our Lexington Munroe line
Married Nathan Munroe, 1738
Hepzibah & Oliver
MUNROE, Nathan (1716-1792) Chart 1
Chart 2
Descent from Watertown founders 1630
In our Lexington Munroe line
Husband of Mercy Benjamin of our Cambridge pioneer line
Carlisle ancestor
Creation of Carlisle
Officer in Second District of Carlisle
Carlisle location Next to his father
Towle Field
Lane in Carlisle named after
Married Mercy Benjamin, 1738
Minute Man
Hepzibah & Oliver
Thaddeus
MUNROE, Ransom (1819-1820) Chart
Ransom
MUNROE, Rebecca LOCKE (1711-1798) Wife of H1C8R William
Location of grave
MUNROE, Rebecca WELLINGTON (1752-1838) Wife H2C7R John
Location of grave
MUNROE, Reuben (2C6R, 1788-1852) Son of Jonas and Sarah
Incorporator of Union Calvinistic Society
MUNROE, Robert (H1C8, 1713-1775) Grandson of William the Immigrant
The only officer killed on Lexington Green
Buried in the Old Ground, then moved to the Martyrs’ grave 1799
MUNROE, Ruth KENDALL (~1722-1821) Chart
Mother of Thaddeus
Mother of Reuben and Jonas
MUNROE TIDD, Ruth (H2C7R, 1742-1839) Daughter of Ensign Robert and Anne; wife of Lieutenant William Tidd
Location of grave
Buried just behind William the Immigrant
MUNROE DUDLEY, Sarah (2C7R, 1761-1801) Daughter of 1C John
Location of grave
MUNROE, Sarah HARRINGTON (H8GA, ~1675-1752) Wife of Sergeant George
Location of grave
MUNROE, Sarah HENRY (1758-1828) Wife of Jonas
Mother of church incorporators
MUNROE, Thaddeus (1C7R, 1753-1828) Chart
Thaddeus
Settled Hillsborough Monument
Detail
Dr. Joseph
Ransom
David & Asenath
Isaac
MUNROE, William “The Immigrant” (8GF, 1625-1717) Born in Scotland; captured 1651 in Battle of Worcester; Redemptioner in Massachusetts; pioneer settler in Lexington; Married Martha; had four children with her
Chose to stay with English Congregationalists; peaceable, productive citizen
Chart
My line of descent from
Lexington homestead, 1660
GGF of Dr. Joseph
Ancestor of our kin in Harvard Square Burial Ground
Graves of WilliamAndMary Munroe
Grave of William “the Immigrant” Munroe
Heroism, etc., in Pioneer Middlesex
WilliamAndMary: the Short Version
Rescued Mary Ball
Embroiled with Bacon over swine
Bacon found liable at second hearing
Countersued by Bacon
Finding affirmed; Bacon appeals to County Court
Appeal won; court costs added to previous judgment
Sues Bacon over Mary’s cow, 1676; won again
MUNROE, William (H8GU, 1669-1759) Son of William the Immigrant and Martha
Location of grave
MUNROE, William (H1C8R, 1700-1778) Son of Sergeant George and Sarah
Location of grave
MUNROE, William (H2C7R, 1742-1827) Colonel William Munroe, Parker’s sergeant in 1775; son of William and Sarah; In Tomb#2; shushed Paul Revere; hosted Washington in the Tavern in 1789
Location of grave
Tavern-keeper in Munroe Tavern
Group of tombs in Old Burial Ground
MURDOUGH RAY, Mary E. (1857-1932) Wife of 4C4R James
Little Ruth
MUSSER, Samuel Father of Elizabeth
MUSSER BITNER STARR, Anna BARR (GGGA 1803-1893) Mother of Elizabeth Musser
MUSSER NEFF, Elizabeth GGF Franklin’s first wife
Portrait
Biography
Blessing
Grave in Salt Lake
NAF, Adam Swiss ancestor
Artifacts
Family tree
NEFF SEELY, Alfaretta (GM, 1873-1943) Chapter Six Links
Daughter of Franklin Neff and Francis Mariah Stillman, of our Hooker and Olmstead lines of Cambridge pioneers
Mayflower descendant
Wife of Arta McLean Seely, of our Benjamin line of Cambridge pioneers
Married to Arta McLean Seely, of our Lexington Munroe line
Married to Arta McLean Seely, of our Lexington Russell line
Wedding photo
With AMSeely
Mammy’s mother
Parents & grandparents by the fire in Price
Parents’ grave in Salt Lake Grave
NEFF, Amanda (GGA, 1836-1840) Died young
Neff History
NEFF, Amos Herr (GGU, 1825-1916) Interesting Uncle Nauvoo resident
Neff History Parents’s graves, and maybe his, in Salt Lake
NEFF, Ann Eliza BENEDICT (WGGU) Married Uncle John Neff
NEFF MOSES, Barbara Matilda (GGA, 1820-1890) Firstborn of John and Mary
Married to Uncle Julian Moses Photo Family group Nauvoo resident
Neff History Parents’s graves, and maybe hers, in Salt Lake
NEFF, Benjamin Barr (GGU, 1834-1883) Interesting Uncle Nauvoo resident
Neff History Life sketch: remained monogamous during first wife’s lifetime; five children with each of three wives
NEFF, Catherine Elizabeth THOMAS (WGGU) Married Uncle Amos Herr Neff
NEFF, Cyrus (GGU, 1827-1847) Interesting Uncle Nauvoo resident
Death in Winter Quarters Grave monument
NEFF, Eliza Ann HUGHES (WGGU) Married Uncle Amos Herr Neff
NEFF, Elizabeth (GGA, 1840-1914) Nauvoo resident
Neff History
NEFF, Elizabeth MUSSER GGF Franklin’s first wife
Portrait
Biography
Blessing
NEFF, Frances Mariah STILLMAN (GGM, 1830-1903) Portrait
Harriet Seymour’s daughter
Grandma Seely's mother
Mayflower descendant
In our Hooker and Olmstead lines from the Cambridge pioneers Nauvoo resident
With Franklin
FGR/Parent Mother Harriet’s grave in Salt Lake
NEFF, Franklin (GGF, 1824-1882) Photo
History
Nauvoo resident
Husband of Mariah
With Mariah
FGR/Parent
Visited Neff Mill iin 2003
Parents’s graves in Salt Lake
Mother-in-law Harriet’s grave in Salt Lake Son Franklin’s grave in Salt Lake Grave, with Mariah, in Salt Lake
NEFF, John II (GGGF, 1794-1869) In the four-generation fan chart
Neff History
With Elizabeth
Nauvoo resident
Nauvoo property
Grave in Salt Lake
Visited Neff Mill in 2003
NEFF, John III (GGU, 1837-1918) Interesting Uncle Nauvoo resident
Neff History
NEFF, Maria Mary Ann BOWTHORPE (WGGU) Married Uncle Benjamin Barr Neff
NEFF, Martha Ann BITNER (WGGU) Married Uncle Benjamin Barr Neff Uncle Benjamin Barr Neff’s first cousin; gave him five children
NEFF, Martha Ann DILWORTH (WGGU) Married Uncle Amos Herr Neff
NEFF, Martha Elizabeth (HGA, 1848- ) Photo
NEFF, Mary BARR (GGGM, 1801-1875) In the four-generation fan chart
Neff History
Life sketch Nauvoo resident
Nauvoo property Grave in Salt Lake
NEFF ROCKWELL, Mary Ann (GGGA, 1829-1866) Married to our interesting Uncle Port Nauvoo resident
Neff History
NEFF, Mary Ellen LOVE (WGGU) Married Uncle Benjamin Barr Neff
NEFF PIERCE, Susanna (GGGA, 1831-1910) Nauvoo resident
Neff History
NEWELL, Jason H. T. (1C5R, 1816-1901) Son of Joseph and Betsey
Chart
Jason
Barnard & Betsey
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