Family: Mack, Solomon / Gates, Lydia (F22554)

m. 4 Jan 1759

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Mack, Ebenezer
Male (1697-1777)
Huntley, Hannah
Female (1708-1792)
Mack, Phebe
Female (1729- )
Mack, Deborah
Female (1730- )
Mack, Hannah
Female (1734- )
Mack, Solomon
Male (1735-1820)
Mack, Samuel
Male (1736- )
Mack, Hepzipah
Female (1740- )
Mack, Stephen
Male (1742- )
Mack, Elisha
Male (1745- )
Mack, Azubah
Female (1748- )
Gates, Daniel
Male (1706-1776)
Fuller, Lydia
Female (1709-1778)
Gates, Jesse
Male (1734-1808)
Gates, Nathan
Male (1736- )
Gates, Daniel
Male (1738-1777)
Gates, Hannah
Female (1744- )
Gates, Joseph
Male (1747- )
Mack, Solomon
Male (1732-1820)
Gates, Lydia
Female (1732-1818)
Mack, Jason
Male (1762-1826)
Mack, Lovisa
Female (1767-1820)
Mack, Lovina
Female (1769-1788)
Mack, Lydia
Female (1764-1826)
Mack, Stephen
Male (1766-1826)
Mack, Daniel Gates
Male (1771-1841)
Mack, Solomon
Male (1773-1851)
Mack, Lucy
Female (1775-1856)


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