Ruth Gifford (born 1760)

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Ruth Gifford
1760 - ? (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Ruth Gifford was born around 1760.

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Jul 21, 1815 - Apr 18, 1886
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Born: around 1744
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Died: Mar 13, 1771
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May 14, 1716 - Dec 16, 1807
Peleg Gifford
Dec 1, 1719 - Mar 1, 1810
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Jan 28, 1782 - Mar 5, 1862

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