Family: Clayton, William / Moon, Ruth (F23469)

m. 9 Oct 1836

Family Chart     |    PDF

Clayton, Thomas
Male (1791-1849)
Critchley, Ann
Female (1793-1848)
Clayton, Alice
Female (1816-1859)
Clayton, David
Male (1818-1852)
Clayton, Ellen
Female (1822-1888)
Clayton, James
Male (1824-1847)
Clayton, Thomas Jr.
Male (1826-1914)
Clayton, John
Male (1826-1847)
Clayton, Mary Ann
Female (1828-1829)
Clayton, Eliza
Female (1831- )
Clayton, Dinah
Female (1835-1913)
Clayton, Mary Jane
Female (1836-1837)
Clayton, Joseph
Male (1839-1866)
Clayton, Matthew
Male (1840-1841)
Moon, Thomas
Male (1783-1848)
Plumb, Lydia
Female (1782-1852)
Moon, Margaret
Female (1820-1870)
Moon, Lydia
Female (1826-1897)
Clayton, William
Male (1814-1879)
Moon, Ruth
Female (1817-1894)
Clayton, Vilate Ruth
Female (1844-1918)
Clayton, Hannah S.
Female (1841-1842)


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