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(--?--) / Elaine Kay Patterson

Husband: (--?--)
Wife: Elaine Kay Patterson
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother: Margaret 'Peggy' Olive Decamp
Children
Name: Sharon Elaine Lyon
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Elaine Kay Patterson

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David Bassett Waterman / Jerusha Case

Husband: David Bassett Waterman
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father: Flavius Waterman
Mother:
Sources: [1469]
Wife: Jerusha Case
Born: 24 Jul 1797at:
Died: at:
Father: Roger Case
Mother: Molly Owen
Sources: [1475]
Children
Name: Sally (Stella) Waterman [1413] [1414]
Born: 24 Jul 1797at: Franklin, Delaware, New York, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 2 Jan 1874at: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
Spouses: William Wines Phelps


Pedigree Chart for: David Bassett Waterman

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Pedigree Chart for: Jerusha Case

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[1413] William W. Phelps married Sally Waterman, April 28, 1815, at Smyrna, Chenango County, New York. Volume I of "The Waterman Family," by Donald Lines Jacobus shows her as a daughter of David Basset Waterman (Flavius, Ebenezer, Thomas, Thomas, Robert) and Jerusha Case (daughter of Roger and Molly (Owen) Case), and her date of birth as July 24, 1797.

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Henry II Plantagenet King of England / (--?--)

Husband: Henry II Plantagenet King of England
Born: 5 Mar 1133at: Le Mans, Maine, France
Married: at:  
Died: 6 Jul 1189at: Chinon, Indre-et-Loire, France
Father: Geoffrey IV 'Le Bon' Plantagenet Count d'Anjou
Mother: Matilda (Maud) Empress of Germany
Notes: [2699]
Sources: [2700]
Wife: (--?--)
Children
Name: William Longspee Prince Of England [13815]
Born: 1173at: England
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Henry II Plantagenet King of England

      /--Foulques IV 'Rechin'   Count d'Anjou
   /--Foulques 'Le Jeuve'   V Count d'Anjou
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/--Geoffrey IV 'Le Bon'  Plantagenet  Count d'Anjou
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|--Henry II  Plantagenet  King of England
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\--Matilda (Maud)   Empress of Germany
   |  /--William I 'The Conqueror'   King of England
   \--Eadgyth (Edith) 'Matilda'  Dunkeld  Princess of Scotland
      \--Margaret 'Etheling'   Queen of Scotland

[2699] BIOGRAPHY: He grew up in Anjou, but visited England as early as 1142 to defend his mother's claim to the disputed throne of Stephen; educated by famous scholars, he had a true love of reading and intellectual discussion. BIOGRAPHY: His father Geoffrey of Anjou died in September 1151, leaving Normandy and Anjou to Henry. Henry's continental possessions more than doubled with his marriage to Eleanor of Aquitane, ex-wife of King Louis VII of France. After a succession agreement between Stephen and Matilda in1153, he was crowned Henry II in October 1154. Eleanor bore Henry five sons and three daughters between 1153 and1167; the relationship between Henry, Eleanor, and their sons Henry, Richard, and John proved to be tumultuous and treacherous. The empire ruled by Henry and his sons was considerably larger than the lone English is land - the French Angev in positions extended from Normandy southward to the Pyrenees, covering the counties of Brittany, Maine, Poitou, Touraine, and Gascony, as well as Anjou, Aquitane, and Normandy. Henry was extremely energetic and traveled quickly and extensively within the borders of his kingdom. BIOGRAPHY: Henry revitalized the English Exchequer, issuing receipts for tax payments and keeping written accounts on rolled parchment. He replaced incompetent sheriffs, expanding the authority of royal courts, which brought more funds into his coffers. A body of common law emerged to replace feudal and county courts, which varied from place to place. Jury trials were initiated to end the old Germanic customary trials by ordeal or battle. Henry's systematic approach to law provided a common basis for development of royal institutions throughout the entire realm. BIOGRAPHY: The process of strengthening the royal courts, however, yielded an unexpected controversy. Church courts, instituted by William the Conqueror, became a safe haven for criminals of varying degree and ability, for one in fifty of the English population qualified as clerics. Henry wished to transfer such cases to the royal courts, as the only punishment open to the Church courts was demotion of the cleric. Thomas Beckett, Henry's close friend and chancellor since 1155, was named Archbishop of Canterbury in June 1162. In an attempt to discredit claims that he was too closely tied to the king, he vehemently opposed the weakening of Church courts. Henry drove Beckett into exile from 1164-1170, when the Archbishop returned to England and greatly angered Henry over opposition to the coronation of Prince Henry. BIOGRAPHY: Exasperated, Henry publicly announced a half-hearted desire to be rid off Beckett -- four ambitious knights took the king at his word and murdered Beckett in his own cathedral on December 29, 1170. Henry is perhaps best remembered for Beckett's murder, but in fact, the realm was better off without the contentious Archbishop. Henry endured a rather limited storm of protest over the incident, but the real threat to his power came from within his own family. Henry's sons - Henry the Young King, Richard, Geoffrey, and John - were never satisfied with any of their father's plans for dividing his lands and titles upon his death. The sons, at the encouragement (and sometimes because of the treatment) of their mother, rebelled against the king several times. Prince Henry, the only man ever to be crowned while his father still lived, wanted more than a royal title. Thus from 1193 to the end of his reign Henry was plagued by his rebellious sons, who always found a willing partner in Louis VII of France. BIOGRAPHY: Henry succeeded King Stephen in October 1154, apparently after surviving a poisoning attempt by Stephen's supporters. He ruled his Empire of Britain, Normandy, Anjou, Maine, Poitou and Aquitaine with an iron rod and was the first king of England to add Ireland to his domains. With his fiery red hair and equally fiery nature, probably inherited from his mother, the Empress, Henry proved a king to be reckoned with and for 35 years he dominated Western Christendom as the most influential monarch of the day. His masterfulness was seriously challenged by the Thomas a Becket murder.The death of Henry the Young King in1183, and that of Geoffrey in 1186, gave no respite from his children's rebellion - Richard, with the assistance of Louis VII, attacked and defeated Henry, forcing him to accept a humiliating peace on July 4, 1189. Henry II died two days later, on July 6, 1189.

[13815] Earl of Salisbury

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Thomas Hatfield / Johanna Gaff

Husband: Thomas Hatfield
Born: ABT 1928at:
Married: 7 Nov 1850at: Dry Grove Twp., McLean Co., Illinois, USA
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Notes: [3831]
Wife: Johanna Gaff
Born: ABT 1831at: Ohio, United States
Died: at:
Father: David M. Gaff
Mother: Hannah Mock
Children
Name: Didema Hatfield
Born: at:
Died: at:
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Name: Josephine Hatfield
Born: at:
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Name: Charles T. Hatfield
Born: ABT 1858at: Illinois, United States
Died: at:
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Name: James Elmer Hatfield
Born: ABT 1865at: Illinois, United States
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Pedigree Chart for: Thomas Hatfield

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Pedigree Chart for: Johanna Gaff

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[3831] DEATH: Mr. Hatfield's obit says they moved to Il. in 1853. -- Steve Calhoun

Ahijah Pettibone / Dorcas Cornish

Husband: Ahijah Pettibone
Born: 25 May 1749at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father: Jonathan Pettibone
Mother: Martha Humphrey
Wife: Dorcas Cornish
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children
Name: Dorcas Pettibone
Born: 31 Dec 1773at: Connecticut, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 17 Nov 1809at: Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Spouses: Roswell Phelps


Pedigree Chart for: Ahijah Pettibone

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Pedigree Chart for: Dorcas Cornish

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Thomas Prater / Margaret Quintyne

Husband: Thomas Prater
Born: 1577[11064] at: Staunton, St. Bernard, Wilts, England
Married: 4 Jun 1599at: Clyffe Papard Church, Shefford Magna, Wilts, England
Died: 1628at: Eaton Water, Wiltshire, England
Father: Anthony Thomas Prater
Mother: Judith Ivye
Notes: [11065]
Wife: Margaret Quintyne
Born: 1578at: Nuston Manor, Wiltshire, England
Died: AFT 18 Dec 1628at: County Wiltshire, England
Father: Hnery Quintyne
Mother:
Children
Name: Antony Prater
Born: at:
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Name: Alice Prater
Born: at:
Died: at:
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Name: Thomas Prater [9258] [9257]
Born: 26 Dec 1604[9257] at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: Mary Powell McKay

Name: William Prater
Born: ABT 1605at: Eaton Water, Wiltshire, England
Died: at:
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Name: Samuel Prater
Born: ABT 1606at: Eaton Water, Wiltshire, England
Died: at:
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Name: Richard Prater
Born: BEF 7 Mar 1607at:
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Pedigree Chart for: Thomas Prater

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Pedigree Chart for: Margaret Quintyne

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[11065] Prather Information From Brooke County Files The name was found in early times as PRETOR meaning "magistrate". About the time that Columbus was sailing for America, John PRATER, Gent., was a lad living in Berks and Wiltshire. His home was Ingelsham Manor. He died by- 20 Aug 1547. His wife, Elene, left a will 1557. Both are buried in the Chancel of Ingelsham Manor Church Berks. Their eldest son and heir was George PRATER, Gent., 1510-1564. He was of Latton Manor which was on both sides of the river Thames in Wiltshire and Gloucester, it included the Village of Latton. George married JANE PLOTT (1515-1586) daughter of RICHARD PLOTT of Blewburye Berks. Both are buried Latton Church on his manor. His oldest son was Richard, who married MARGARET ASHFIELD and lived Nunney Castle in Somerset (built 1290 by Sir John de le Mere, with moat, drawbridge and huge iron gates). It was the second son ANTHONY PRATOR, Gent., 1546-1593) whose line we follow. He lived Stanton Manor, Wilts. In 1572 he married Judith (1550-1578) daughter of Thomas Ivye,Esq., of Kington Wilts (and London later) who died 1592 and his wife Elizabeth MALET. The Parish register shows that ANTHONY was buried Church of Stanton, St. Bernard, Wilts. His wife is buried in the Ivye section, south aisle of W. Kington Church with monumental inscription with poem, the PRATOR arms and names of her SIX children. Thomas PRATER was youngest son of this couple, born 1577. He married 1599 (Parish record) Clyffe Pipard Church, Wilts, Margaret (1578-1628) daughter of Henry QUINTYNE (d 1625) of Buston, Wilts and his wife Alice (d 1628) Their son THOMAS b 1604 Water Eton House No. Wiltshire was the immigrant to America. This family line I have also found. Thomas b 1604 and wife Mary (?) PRATER son...Jonathan PRATHER d 1680 m Jane McKay son...Thomas Prather m 1704 to Martha Sprigg d 1742 parents of Martha Sprigg, Thomas (1630-1704) and Eleanor Nuthall CHARLES PRATHERis the man that was first in Brooke County, VA. He purchased 481 acres of land on March 6, 1788 from JOHN COX, heir of FRIEND COX for $3,000. At the January term of court in 1791 in Ohio County, Charlestown, Virginia was incorporated.....By an act of legislature of Virginia on 27 Dec, 1816 the name Charlestown was changed to Wellsburg. The name honors CHARLES WELLS, son in law of Charles Prather. Information on the Prather Family from the Brooke County WV records. ..This first sheet is handwritten, the author is unknown. RUTH TANNEHILL PRATHER...Among her Wells descendants I noted a couple named Ruth Tannehill which was my first clue to Ruth's family - and twas only a clue. About that time I learned that Clayton Torrence (Pres of Va Hist Soc) was writing a book on the Winston family. Rebecca Winston had married a Wm. Radford, and they knew only that he had been reared by "an uncle in Maryland". The young folks had a son that they named Carlton Tannehill Radford - and that name did not come from the Winston side...It just HAD to be the uncle who reared Wm...Carlton was found in Fredr. Co Md. near the Radfords. Further search showed that Charles Prather of Brooke Co turned over to young Radford property that he held because of marriage to Widow Ruth (Tannehill) Radford. The we eliminated all Tannehills as father of Carlton and Ruth except William...William had died intestate, no will naming children. No proof he was father of Ruth. But in Maryland there is a happy custom of having next of kin (the oldest children) sign acceptance of the inventory appraisal. I checked Wm's inventory record at Annapolis, it was signed by Carlton Tannehill and RULD Tannehill. Finding Carlton was a son was almost proof, but RULD , was it Ruth? Everyone at Archives that day had a look, that it could be Ruth. Mr. Torrence had also checked, and tentatively accepted it as Ruth (when added to other clues). But, knowing each inventory was copied 1st for County books, then sent to Annapolis to be copied again for State records, I hopped in my car and headed for Frederick Co to check the record there. Alas, instead of RULD it said RICH, still that did not mean there was no sister Ruth. I dug in to Tannehill records and found one helpful clue; there was no Richard Tannehill anywhere. So, back to Annapolis. One copier was in error and I asked which one was accurate, which one made mistakes. It was hard to check; we got nowhere, I didn't want my trip to be wasted, so I stayed on in Annapolis to go back the next day for work on another line. Next morning, I was greeted with smiles. One young man working at the Archives remembered a pile of old Fredrick Co. papers in the basement waiting to be indexed and filed. He hunted thru them and found the original inventory from which both copies had been made. And clear as clear, the name was distinctly RULD. All morning I sat and looked and looked. Carelton had signed in a beautiful copy back handwriting, well taught but with little experience in writing, he couldn't space his name, wrote too large and had to finish by running the end of his name up the edge of the paper. Then RULD had no teacher, but the gallant little teenager wouldn't make a Mark (X), she obviously had someone write her name and with it before her, sat down and DREW a copy. She didn't know her letters, The pen she wasn't used to using, kept poking holes in the paper, making blots, but she kept on. R went well, then U, then a T, which she didn't cross, (maybe she thought that cross on the paper she was coping was an accident, then H but she got it backward D The Tannehill end of her name was worse, only if you knew what she was trying could you see a resemblance... PRATHER of Brooke Co VA (WV) Will Book 2 page 10 Brooke Co. is will for CHARLES and RUTH PRATHER mentions: (1) dau Elizabeth , wife of Charles Wells. (2) Son Henry, (willed all the town of Charleston) (3) son John. Charles Prather 1735-1810 m Ruth Tannehill. s/o Col. Thomas Prather 1707-1785 m 1725 Elizabeth Clagett. s/o Thomas Prather and Martha Sprigg d 1742 m 1704 s/o Jonathan Prather d 1680 and Jane McKay s/o Thomas PRATER b 1604 wife Mary Martha Sprigg d/o Thomas Sprigg 1630-1704 and Eleanor Nuthall Eleanor d/o John Nuthall d 1667 m 1645 Elizabeth Bacon Elizabeth Clagett d/o Capt Thomas Clagett d 1733 and Mary Keene s/o Thomas Clagett 1635-1703 m 1674 to Mary Nutter s/o Col. Edw. Clagett b 1607 wife Margaret Adams Mary Keene d/o Richard Keene b 1654 m 1682 to Mary Gorsuch s/o Richard Keene 1628-1676 to Mary (?) Mary Gorsuch d/o Richard Gorsuch 1637-1677 wife Elizabeth Roe

[9258] Prather Ancestors in America The parish registers, inscriptions on gravestones and wills give a picture of the Prathers over a century as a typical landed gentry family. No clear picture comes from the records for the move to America. Thomas Prather came to Virginia 1623 on the Marie Providence. Cavaliers and Pioneers misreads his name as Practor; Nugent simply states Thomas PRATAR... He was 17-18, unmarried, alone and he did not pay for his passage. One reference calls Thomas a stowaway, perhaps only a guess. John Powell who came in 1609 in the SWALLOW, paid the passage money for Thomas PRATER. A Thomas FAULKNER came also on the Marie Providence, and his passage was paid by ROBERT SALFORD. Later the Powells, Prathers and Faulkners are found associated. Thomas was under obligation to repay his passage money by service. "The 50 acres of his headright went to Capt. Richard Sheppard of the Marie Providence who sold the balance of his time to John Powell" (Cavaliers and Pioneers gives to John Powell "50 ac for his servant Thomas Practor.) From MSS Preserved in the State Papers Dept of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England is "Muster Roll of Settlers of Virginia": Elizabeth Cittee 1624 John Powell, his Muster John Powell aged 29 in the Swallow 1609 Katren Powell aged 22 in the Flying Hart 1622 John Powell, born in Virginia Thomas Prater, Servant, ages 20 in the Marie Providence 1622 It is difficult to define what the word servant meant to these people who commonly signed their letters, "your humble servant" The class was widely inclusive, including workers, skilled artisans, clerks, tutors, young relatives brought to America, political prisoners of war sold into service as a penalty. The term did not connote "menial". It did not affect a man's future social standing which was immutably based on birth. The marriages of Thomas' descendants into the colonies' best families show that he was recognized as the son of a Gentleman. It was probably a happy household - the young couple and their baby in which Thomas Prater lived. He presumable served his time and then married, set up for himself and prospered. Did he keep in touch with his family back in England? We do now know. Family tradition tells (as is usual) of three sons, that William returned to England, one died without issue, and Jonathan was progenitor of the Maryland family. This may be close to the truth. In 1659 (Md. Provincial Records) is William Prater, Ensign who returned to England. Samuel Preather left will Dorchester Co. Md. (Liber 10 Folio 16) in which he leaves all to (probably daughter) Sarah, wife of Thomas Newton and her children Samuel and Elizabeth; it seems he left no male issue. A Richard Prather of the same generation remained in Virginia (Grants 1656-65 pg 334) shows that he and co-grantee David Hopkins purchased 160 acres Rappahannock. With Jonathan, these seems sons of Thomas. No record of any Prater except Thomas has been found among settlers coming to Virginia - Maryland. There was a big movement of people from Virginia to Maryland about 1656--60. Among them was Jonathan Prather bc 1630/5 and wife Jane bc 1635/6. Their headrights and those of six others were used by George Read. Immigrants were entitled to 50 acres apiece called headrights. It is not easy to figure the meaning of their use. Some men gave up the right in return for payment of the passage, some wished to purchase a place already cleared and built upon and sold the headright to a land speculator. A man could return his 50 acres and get back his headright to use again and again. One could be used many years after the man first entered the colony. The first date found for Jonathan in Maryland records is 26 Feb 1658 (Provincial Court Proceedings Liber 8 Folio 158. But there is an earlier undated record Liber SF 141) when Jonathan demanded a warrant against Cornelius KENNEDY. In September 1664 "came Margaret Read, Relict of John Read late of Calvert Co....to have Robert KINGSBURY and Jonathan PRATER appraisers of said estate". (Prov. Ct. Liber 19) This second connection with a Read family may indicate some connection. Jonathan names a son George. Jonathan died 1680; his inventory was recorded August 21st. His widow Jane (nee McKay, married John Smith, a wealthy planter of Mattapany Landing. Pr. George Co, Md. John Smith's will 1707 and Jane's 1715 mention the Prather children. .Note: L. A. Wilson, English genealogist, says that Jonathan was "born at 'Latton' a manorial estate near Eaton Water in the County of Wiltshire about 1630." Latton was an early home of the family and Jonathan's grandfather was called "of Eaton Water" but it seems that Jonathan was born in Virginia after his father emigrated. Thomas Prather, son of Jonathan, was born 167(?) and left a will 1711/2 Pr. George Co. He married 1764 Martha Sprigg, daughter of Thomas Sprigg from Kethering Northamstonshire England. He was Lord of Northampton Manor, Pr George Co. ....see Richardson's Sidelights Chapter "Lords of Manor" ....Md. Mist Mag. Vol. 8 ....Founders of Anne Arundel Co. 1 page 261 ... Lakenzie, Colonial Families Vol. 2 Martha Sprigg married 2nd Capt Stephen Yoakley. She left a will 1742 naming son Thomas Prather et al. Thomas PRATHER, son of Thomas and Martha was five years old when his father died, leaving him the plantation Spriggs Request. He is mentioned also in the wills of his grandmother Jane Smith 1710/3 and his mother Martha Yoakley 1742. He married Elizabeth Clagett daughter of Thomas Clagett whose family is traced back to the days of William the Conqueror. The Clagett immigrant was from Ralling Co, Kent, England. Clagetts too were among the Lords of the manor in Maryland. Elizabeth's home was at Neaton and estate of 1000 acres. Thomas Clagett built a commodious dwelling around which were a part and other grounds laid out in the English manner. From tradition Neston was named for one of the early Clagett homes not far from Canterbury, England. About 1742 Thomas and Elizabeth moved to the Conocheague Valley. Thomas was styled Col. Thomas Prather; and was in command of the Frederick Co Militia at Fort Frederick 1756; he was one of the great Indian fighters. He also was Treasurer of the Potomac Canal with George MASON of Virginia, Jonathan HAGAR and others. He died in Washington Co MD. 1785. Charles Prather of Wellsburg was son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Clagett) Prather. This concludes this part of the story. I will continue with the story of Charles Prather of Wellsburg (Brooke Co).

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George Thaddeus Claggett / Maud Lorton

Husband: George Thaddeus Claggett
Born: 1 Apr 1872at:
Married: 4 Mar 1897at:
Died: 27 Jun 1914at:
Father: Alexander Bennett Claggett
Mother: Mary E. Priest
Wife: Maud Lorton
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Children
Name: Lenora Beatrice Claggett
Born: 1 Nov 1897at: Beacher City, Illinois, USA
Married: at:  
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Spouses: Richard Sidwell Haines

Name: (--?--) Claggett
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Spouses: (--?--) Martin

Name: (--?--) Claggett
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Pedigree Chart for: George Thaddeus Claggett

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Pedigree Chart for: Maud Lorton

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[8303] Maud was from Beacher City, Illinois


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