Family: Curtis, Simmons P. / Buchanan, Emeline (F6375)

m. 4 Jul 1840

Family Chart     |    PDF

Curtis, Enos
Male (1783-1855)
Franklin, Ruth
Female (1790-1848)
Curtis, Lydia
Female (1808- )
Curtis, Edmond
Male (1814- )
Curtis, Jeremiah
Male (1815- )
Curtis, Seth
Male (1817- )
Curtis, John White
Male (1820-1892)
Curtis, David Avery
Male (1820-1885)
Curtis, Ezra Houghton
Male (1823-1915)
Curtis, Ruth
Female (1825- )
Curtis, Ursula
Female (1826- )
Curtis, Celestia
Female (1832- )
Curtis, Sabrina
Female (1829- )
Buchanan, John
Male (1786-1839)
Bach, Nancy
Female (1791-1884)
Buchanan, Elizabeth
Female (1815-1913)
Buchanan, John
Male (1825-1897)
Buchanan, Jane
Female (1813-1848)
Curtis, Simmons P.
Male (1818-1880)
Buchanan, Emeline
Female (1820-1899)
Curtis, Enos Leroy
Male (1843-1844)
Curtis, John B
Male (1845-1845)
Curtis, Mary Ann
Female (1851- )


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