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flag female ancestor  Cerine  HUNT

  (b. abt. 1810 Boston, Massachusetts, USA   d. 30 April 1886 Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA )  

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Cerine HUNT was born abt. 1810 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Cerine HUNT was the child of ?   and   ?

Cerine HUNT died 30 April 1886 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

Father: John Hunt
Mother: Mary
Spouse: Greenleaf


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  • 1886 Death
    30 April 1886
    Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


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