Family: Call, Homer / Merrell, Nancy (F3983)

m. 10 Jul 1856

Family Chart     |    PDF

Call, Cyril
Male (1785-1873)
Tiffany, Sarah
Female (1788-1856)
Call, Harvey
Male (1804-1849)
Call, Anson
Male (1810-1890)
Call, Salmon
Male (1812-1813)
Call, Samantha
Female (1814-1905)
Call, Fannie
Female (1816-1899)
Call, Lucina
Female (1817-1904)
Call, Josiah Howe
Male (1822-1858)
Call, Mary
Female (1824-1865)
Call, Sonora Rosaline
Female (1826-1906)
Call, Sarah
Female (1828-1885)
Call, Melissa Cynthia
Female (1830-1888)
Call, Omer
Male (1834-1909)
Merrell, Charles
Male (1811-1852)
Finley, Sarah
Female (1819-1901)
Merrell, Sophia
Female (1839-1875)
Merrell, Orson
Male (1841-1902)
Merrell, John Finley
Male (1843-1931)
Merrell, Sarah
Female (1845-1847)
Merrell, Joseph
Male (1847-1921)
Merrell, Mary Jane
Female (1852-1895)
Call, Homer
Male (1834-1908)
Merrell, Nancy
Female (1838-1883)


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