Family: Seely, Justus Wellington / Wilcox, Clarissa Jane (F25576)

m. 10 Mar 1842

Family Chart     |    PDF

Seely, Justus Azel
Male (1779-1859)
Bennett, Mehitable
Female (1780-1861)
Seely, Rachel
Female (1801-1887)
Seely, Mehitable
Female (1801-1801)
Seely, Rebecca
Female (1803- )
Seely, John
Male (1805-1826)
Seely, Elizabeth
Female (1807-1894)
Seely, Mary
Female (1810-1881)
Seely, Sarah Ann
Female (1817- )
Seely, David Randolf
Male (1819-1892)
Wilcox, Hazard Jr
Male (1775-1831)
Wilcox, Mary
Female (1802-1859)
Wilcox, Clarissa Jane
Female (1821-1908)
Seely, Orange
Male (1843-1918)
Seely, Sarah
Female (1844-1915)
Seely, Don Carlos
Male (1846-1913)


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