Family: Brown, Benjamin / Mumford, Sarah (F2926)

m. 12 Sep 1819

Family Chart     |    PDF

Brown, Asa
Male (1765- )
Moon, Sarah
Female (1754-1794)
Brown, Felix
Male (1790- )
Brown, Felix
Male (1790- )
Mumford, Henry
Male (1762-1837)
Thompson, Sarah
Female (1779-1839)
Mumford, Walter
Male (1793-1857)
Mumford, Henry
Male (1797- )
Mumford, Sophia
Female (1799- )
Mumford, Hannah
Female (1808- )
Brown, Benjamin
Male (1794-1878)
Mumford, Sarah
Female (1795- )
Brown, Cordelia
Female (1821-1840)
Brown, Lorenzo
Male (1823-1902)
Brown, Walter
Male (1828-1829)
Brown, Homer
Male (1830-1905)


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