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HELP! flag female ancestor  Mary Elizabeth  FARMER

  (b. abt. 1695 Crown Colony of Maryland   d. abt. 1766 Montgomery, Anson, North Carolina, USA )  

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Mary Elizabeth FARMER was born abt. 1695 in Crown Colony of Maryland. Mary Elizabeth FARMER was the child of ?   and   ?

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Mary Elizabeth  married  Samuel VAN SWEARINGEN 14 February 1715 in Prince George's, Maryland, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Samuel VAN SWEARINGEN  was born abt. 1692 in Somerset, Maryland, USA.  Samuel died 25 November 1782 in Washington, Maryland, USA. 

Mary Elizabeth FARMER died abt. 1766 in Montgomery, Anson, Crown Colony of North Carolina.
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Prior to 1788 - Crown Colony of Maryland
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  • 1715 Marriage / Partner
    Mary Elizabeth FARMER and Samuel VAN SWEARINGEN 14 February 1715, Prince George's, Maryland, USA


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