Frances Ann (Tasker) Carter (1734 - 1787)

Frances Ann (Tasker) Carter
1734 - 1787
updated February 06, 2019
Frances Ann Tasker Carter was born around 1734 at Balto, Md. She was born into the Tasker family and married into the Carter family. She died on October 31, 1787 at Westmoreland Co, Va at 53 years old.


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Frances Carter was born at Balto, Md,


Frances Carter died on at Westmoreland Co, Va,

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Frances Ann Tasker Carter passed away on October 31, 1787 at Westmoreland Co, Va at 53 years of age. She was born around 1734 at Balto, Md. We are unaware of information about Frances's immediate family.
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around 1881 - Oct 18, 1940
around 1922 - Unknown
1943 - 1985
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1877 - 1926
1880 - 1919
Unknown - Unknown
1860 - 1901
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Other Carters

1728 - 1781
1735 - 1758
1756 - Jun 9, 1800
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
1747 - 1846
Feb 4, 1712 - 1764
1710 - Nov 18, 1758
Mar 28, 1715 - Nov 1, 1748
1705 - Nov 1, 1748
Oct 14, 1750 - Aug 15, 1817
Jul 5, 1897 - Dec 27, 1967
Unknown - Unknown
Oct 12, 1785 - Mar 5, 1872
Jul 13, 1849 - Feb 18, 1924
Sep 10, 1855 - Jan 24, 1941
Jan 10, 1865 - Oct 1, 1937
Jun 5, 1853 - May 17, 1927

Other Taskers

Jun 28, 1722 - Aug 22, 1723
Unknown - around 1696
Unknown - 1711
Jul 3, 1713 - Mar 18, 1715
Nov 12, 1715 - Unknown
Sep 29, 1717 - Oct 17, 1760
Feb 4, 1726 - Sep 19, 1789
Feb 4, 1730 - Unknown
Sep 5, 1909 - December 1993
around 1660 - 1699
Nov 4, 1724 - September 1822
1690 - Jun 19, 1768
Unknown - Unknown
May 10, 1761 - Sep 21, 1824
Oct 7, 1723 - Aug 14, 1817
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown

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1728 - 1781
1735 - 1758
1756 - Jun 9, 1800
Sep 6, 1728 - Jan 1, 1777
around 1662 - Dec 25, 1746
Feb 15, 1643 - Jan 21, 1671
1749 - Feb 15, 1823
1754 - Jan 6, 1841
1709 - 1784
Jan 11, 1711 - Unknown
around 1665 - Unknown
around 1667 - Unknown
1635 - April 1679
Aug 26, 1781 - Unknown
Aug 7, 1751 - Mar 12, 1802
Aug 3, 1752 - Nov 14, 1812
Jul 28, 1638 - Jun 13, 1670
around 855 - 935
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