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HELP! flag male ancestor  John Baptiste  THOMAS

  (b. 28 July 1806 Clinton River, Macomb, Michigan, USA   d. )  

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John Baptiste THOMAS was born 28 July 1806 in Clinton River, Macomb, Michigan Territory. John Baptiste THOMAS was the child of Robert THOMAS   and   Cecilia DUBAY

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John Baptiste  married  Agathe DEHATE .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Agathe DEHATE  was born 12 October 1807 in Detroit, Michigan, USA.  Agathe was the child of Aloysius Gonzaga DEHATE and Mary Ann Catherine GREFFARD.
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  • 1806 Birth
    28 July 1806
    Clinton River, Macomb, Michigan, USA
  • 1827 Birth of Child
    Pauline THOMAS was born 19 February 1827, L'Anse Creuse, Macomb, Michigan, USA


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