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Native American America/USA  Annie  Wickett

  (b. 1774Cherokee Nation, Forsyth, Georgia, USA   d. )  

Annie Wickett was born 1774 in Cherokee Nation, Forsyth, Georgia, USA. Annie Wickett was the child of

She married  Moses Parriss .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Moses Parriss  was born in , United States .  He died 1868 in , United States . 

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daughter of William Quincy Wickett and Charlotte Standingdeer

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Native American America/USA Sallie Parris (b.1795, , Georgia, USA  d. 1849, Forsyth, Georgia, USA)

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