Family: Bean, James Addison / Fausett, Harriet Catherine (F1697)

m. 10 Feb 1853

Family Chart     |    PDF

Bean, James
Male (1804-1882)
Lewis, Elizabeth
Female (1803-1864)
Bean, Nancy
Female (1826-1903)
Bean, Sarah Ann
Female (1828-1882)
Bean, Sarah Ann
Female (1828-1882)
Bean, Mary Elizabeth
Female (1839-1895)
Bean, Cornelia
Female (1836-1846)
Fausett, Nancy Mariah
Female (1827-1886)
Fausett, Martha Jane
Female (1828-1838)
Fausett, Mary Ann
Female (1831-1904)
Fausett, Sarah Louisa
Female (1835-1915)
Fausett, Joseph Smith
Male (1838-1922)


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