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America/USA  Frances "Fanny"  Thumma

  (b. 1784Frankford, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, USA   d. 1835Henry, Henry, Indiana, USA )  

Frances "Fanny" Thumma was born 1784 in Frankford, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, USA. Frances "Fanny" Thumma was the child of

She married  J Jacob Fattig (Fertig) .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. J Jacob Fattig (Fertig)  was born 1 December 1781 in Frankford, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, USA .  He died 1 December 1853 in Johnson, Iowa, USA . 

Frances "Fanny" Thumma died 1835 in Henry, Henry, Indiana, USA.

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America/USA Jacob Fattig (b.30 March 1814, , Pennsylvania, USA  d. 1877, Ringgold, Iowa, USA)

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Jacob Fattig was born 30 March 1814, , Pennsylvania, USA

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