Mary Elizabeth (Walsh) Carpenter (born 1760)

Mary Elizabeth (Walsh) Carpenter
1760 - ? (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Mary Elizabeth Walsh Carpenter was born in 1760. She was born into the Walsh family and married into the Carpenter family.


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1864 - 1945
Apr 15, 1847 - Jun 19, 1929
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around 1870 - Apr 17, 1941
around 1906 - Unknown
around 1921 - Unknown
around 1912 - Unknown
around 1919 - Unknown
around 1922 - Unknown
around 1922 - Unknown
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Sep 3, 1915 - January 1980
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around 1747 - Unknown
Aug 11, 1777 - Mar 15, 1865
Oct 6, 1762 - Mar 1, 1851
Oct 21, 1766 - Feb 21, 1847
Sep 5, 1670 - 1690
Jul 10, 1680 - Apr 8, 1718
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1676 - Unknown
1676 - 1746
Jul 15, 1737 - Apr 22, 1832
Mar 13, 1768 - Dec 20, 1772
Oct 11, 1770 - 1822
Aug 30, 1773 - Nov 29, 1776
Feb 4, 1776 - Jan 23, 1824
Feb 11, 1779 - 1850
Jan 5, 1783 - 1823
Dec 27, 1787 - Sep 23, 1881
Jan 7, 1720 - 1754
Jun 27, 1723 - Unknown

Other Walshes

1490 - June 1547
1369 - around 1456
around 1470 - 1549
1884 - Unknown
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1884 - 1901
1884 - 1885
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1884 - 1909
1881 - Unknown
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Aug 1, 1888 - Mar 21, 1894
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Nov 3, 1890 - 1950
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1884 - 1907
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Apr 16, 1738 - Sep 29, 1780
1753 - May 13, 1823
around 1755 - around 1870
around 1730 - around 1791
around 1740 - around 1800
around 1800 - around 1860
around 1670 - around 1740
around 1710 - around 1780
Nov 11, 1793 - Oct 29, 1884
around 1803 - May 10, 1888
around 1830 - around 1882
Dec 25, 1831 - Sep 2, 1925
around 1835 - Unknown
January 1836 - Unknown
Mar 20, 1779 - Unknown
May 6, 1751 - 1822
Jun 17, 1680 - Feb 23, 1760
Oct 7, 1758 - Feb 12, 1828
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