Family: Winn, John / Akers, Julia Ann (F8782)

m. 7 Mar 1844

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Winn, Minor
Male (1798-1877)
Wilson, Nancy
Female (1798-1884)
Winn, James
Male (1822-1841)
Winn, Dennis Wilson
Male (1826-1907)
Winn, Mary
Female (1828-1856)
Winn, Thomas Green
Male (1830-1909)
Winn, Elias Stillwell
Male (1832-1857)
Winn, Jane
Female (1833- )
Winn, Andrew
Male (1833-1834)
Winn, Alma
Male (1836-1903)
Akers, Peter M. G.
Male (1771-1835)
Harris, Susannah
Female (1793-1865)
Akers, Harmon Jackson
Male (1816-1844)
Akers, Susan L.
Female (1812- )
Akers, Priscilla
Female (1825-1910)
Akers, Arminda
Female (1832- )
Winn, John
Male (1824-1899)
Akers, Julia Ann
Female (1827-1851)
Winn, Mary Jane
Female (1849- )
Winn, Minor
Male (1852- )


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