Family: Smith, Joseph Jr. / Young, Fanny (F1680)

m. 2 Nov 1843

Family Chart     |    PDF

Smith, Joseph Sr
Male (1771-1840)
Mack, Lucy
Female (1776-1855)
Smith, Alvin
Male (1798-1823)
Smith, Hyrum
Male (1800-1844)
Smith, Sophronia
Female (1803-1876)
Smith, Ephraim
Male (1810-1810)
Smith, William B.
Male (1811-1894)
Smith, Katherine
Female (1812-1900)
Smith, Don Carlos
Male (1816-1841)
Smith, Lucy
Female (1821-1882)
Young, John
Male (1763-1839)
Howe, Abigail
Female (1766-1815)
Young, Nancy
Female (1786-1860)
Young, Rhoda
Female (1789-1840)
Young, John Jr.
Male (1791-1870)
Young, Susannah
Female (1795-1852)
Young, Joseph W. Sr.
Male (1797-1881)
Young, Phineas Howe
Male (1799-1879)
Young, Brigham
Male (1801-1877)
Young, Lorenzo Dow
Male (1807-1895)
Young, Abigail
Female (1793-1807)
Smith, Joseph Jr.
Male (1805-1844)
Young, Fanny
Female (1787-1859)


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