Family: Smith, John / Lyman, Clarissa (F2170)

m. 11 Sep 1815

Family Chart     |    PDF

Smith, Asael Sr
Male (1744-1830)
Duty, Mary
Female (1743-1836)
Smith, Jesse
Male (1768- )
Smith, Priscilla
Female (1769- )
Smith, Joseph Sr
Male (1771-1840)
Smith, Asahel Jr
Male (1773-1848)
Smith, Mary
Female (1775- )
Smith, Samuel
Male (1777-1830)
Smith, Silas
Male (1779-1839)
Smith, Susannah
Female (1783- )
Smith, Stephen
Male (1785-1802)
Smith, Sarah
Female (1789-1824)
Lyman, Asa
Male (1785-1846)
Smith, John
Male (1781-1854)
Lyman, Clarissa
Female (1790-1854)
Smith, George Albert
Male (1817-1875)
Smith, Clarissa Lyman
Female (1819-1819)
Smith, Caroline Clara
Female (1820-1895)
Smith, John Lyman
Male (1828-1898)


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