Family: Mumford, Edward Thompson / Crosby, Hannah Cann (F1718)

m. 6 Feb 1846

Family Chart     |    PDF

Mumford, Henry
Male (1762-1837)
Thompson, Sarah
Female (1779-1839)
Mumford, Walter
Male (1793-1857)
Mumford, Sarah
Female (1795- )
Mumford, Henry
Male (1797- )
Mumford, Sophia
Female (1799- )
Mumford, Hannah
Female (1808- )
Crosby, Joshua
Male (1783-1874)
Cann, Hannah Corning
Female (1784-1839)
Crosby, John Knowles
Male (1812-1898)
Crosby, Obed
Male (1815-1839)
Crosby, Frances
Female (1817-1895)
Crosby, Hannah Cann
Female (1808-1883)
Mumford, Walter Brown
Male (1835-1847)
Mumford, Marion T
Female (1831-1904)


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