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HELP! flag female ancestor  Virginia Jane  TATE

  (b. abt. 1804 Greene, Tennessee, USA   d. 25 April 1836 Daviess, Indiana, USA )  

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Virginia Jane TATE was born abt. 1804 in Greene, Tennessee, USA. Virginia Jane TATE was the child of Edward TATE   and   Sarah MCMULLEN and the grandchild of: (paternal)  David TATE and Catherine THORNTON (maternal)  Edward MCMULLEN and Sarah ROBINSON

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Virginia Jane  married  John L RITTER .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. John L RITTER  was born abt. 1809 in Tom Creek, Surry, North Carolina, USA.  John L died abt. 1858 in Livingston, Polk, Texas, USA.  John L was the child of James Aaron RITTER and Anne Violet BURCHAM.

Virginia Jane TATE died 25 April 1836 in Daviess, Indiana, USA.
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  • 1823 Birth of Child
    James S RITTER was born 5 November 1823, Davies, Indiana, USA
  • 1836 Death
    25 April 1836
    Daviess, Indiana, USA

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