Family: Mecham, Leonidas Moses Worthen / Derby, Elvira Jane (F8364)

m. 8 Nov 1827

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Mecham, Joshua Sr
Male (1773-1846)
Chapman, Permela
Female (1787-1866)
Mecham, Lewis
Male (1814-1895)
Mecham, Edward
Male (1802-1895)
Mecham, Ephraim
Male (1808-1891)
Derby, Polly
Female (1814-1898)
Derby, Elvira Jane
Female (1811-1866)
Mecham, Sarah Elvira
Female (1829-1898)
Mecham, Samuel Leroy
Male (1831-1877)
Mecham, Mormon
Male (1832-1832)
Mecham, Polly
Female (1833-1920)
Mecham, Emily
Female (1834-1861)
Mecham, Americas
Male (1835-1837)
Mecham, America
Female (1837-1917)
Mecham, Martha
Female (1839-1924)
Mecham, Lucina
Female (1841-1925)
Mecham, Elvira Jane
Female (1843-1920)
Mecham, Moses Moroni
Male (1845-1928)
Mecham, Celestia Ann
Female (1848-1909)
Mecham, John Derby
Male (1850-1932)
Mecham, Donna Maria
Female (1852-1935)


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