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HELP! Grave has been located flag male ancestor  Thomas  BARBER

  (b. abt. 1790 Colrain, Massachusetts, USA   d. 13 May 1869 Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA )  

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Thomas BARBER was born abt. 1790 in Colrain, Massachusetts, USA . Thomas BARBER was the child of ?   and   ?

Thomas BARBER died 13 May 1869 in Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA.

son of Matthew Barber and Mary Anderson

m. Mary Kenyon

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  • Thomas BARBER
    North River Cemetery Colrain, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
  • 1869 Death
    13 May 1869
    Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA

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