Family: Snow, Levi / Streeter, Lucina (F180)

m. 26 Nov 1801

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Trowbridge, Mary
Female (1745-1818)
Snow, Mary or Molly
Female (1767-1856)
Snow, James
Male (1770-1850)
Snow, Lydia
Female (1772-1822)
Snow, Abigail
Female (1774- )
Snow, Sarah
Female (1776-1777)
Snow, John
Male (1778-1829)
Snow, Sarah
Female (1780-1812)
Snow, Zerrubbabel
Male (1788-1806)
Snow, Jerusha
Female (1784-1873)
Streeter, William
Male (1766-1826)
Mason, Hannah
Female (1766-1854)
Snow, Levi
Male (1782-1841)
Streeter, Lucina
Female (1785-1858)
Snow, William
Male (1806-1879)
Snow, Zerubbabel
Male (1809-1888)
Snow, Mary Minerva
Female (1813-1891)
Snow, Apostle Erastus
Male (1818-1888)
Snow, Lydia Mason
Female (1823-1900)
Snow, Melissa Diantha
Female (1826-1903)
Snow, Levi Mason
Male (1803-1870)
Snow, Lucina
Female (1804-1861)
Snow, Shipley Wilson
Male (1816-1905)


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