Duncan Campbell1,2

M, ID# 3481, (a 1585 - )
Charts:Susan Paulding Ruff * lineage
     Duncan Campbell was born a 1585. He married Mary McCoy a 1612. Duncan Campbell immigrated c 1612 to Ireland. He was buried at Inveraray, Argyll Co, Scotland.
      Duncan Campbell left Inverary, Scotland in about 1612 when he purchased land in Ulster, Ireland. Considerable, likely impossible research to verify Duncan's ancestors, starting with his possible parents Rev Dougal Campbell and Annabella Hamilton, would need to be done. Duncan's purported illustrious ancestors noted in the Wallace-Frierson book and also stored separately in a project outside our family genealogy database would connect us to our illustrious 29th great grandparents, some with single names proceeded by the title King and many noted in wikipedia.

Child of Duncan Campbell and Mary McCoy

Citations

  1. [S86] Charles Hamiton Young, Wallace-Frierson Family.
  2. [S432] Letter, Gov David Campbell (1779-1859) to Lyman Draper, 1840s.

Mary McCoy1,2

F, ID# 3482, (a 1592 - )
Charts:Susan Paulding Ruff * lineage
     Mary McCoy was born a 1592. She married Duncan Campbell a 1612.

Child of Mary McCoy and Duncan Campbell

Citations

  1. [S86] Charles Hamiton Young, Wallace-Frierson Family.
  2. [S432] Letter, Gov David Campbell (1779-1859) to Lyman Draper, 1840s.

Patrick Campbell1,2

M, ID# 3483, (a 1603 - )
Father:Duncan Campbell (a 1585 - )
Mother:Mary McCoy (a 1592 - )
Charts:Susan Paulding Ruff * lineage
     Patrick Campbell was born a 1603 at Ireland. He was the son of Duncan Campbell and Mary McCoy.
      Patrick Campbell was from Moyris and Magherahubber, Ireland.

Child of Patrick Campbell

Citations

  1. [S86] Charles Hamiton Young, Wallace-Frierson Family.
  2. [S432] Letter, Gov David Campbell (1779-1859) to Lyman Draper, 1840s.

John Campbell I1,2,3

M, ID# 3484, (16 Nov 1674 - )
Father:Andrew Campbell3 (a 1648 - )
Charts:Susan Paulding Ruff * lineage
     John Campbell I was born on 16 Nov 1674 at Kilmacrenan, Letterkenny, Co Donegal, Irish Republic. He was the son of Andrew Campbell.3 John Campbell I married Grissell "Grace" Hay, daughter of Patrick Hay Esq and Catherine Gillis, c 1695 at Ireland. John Campbell I immigrated in 1726 to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He died at Augusta Co, Virginia. His estate was probated on 25 Sep 1741 at Orange Co, Virginia.
      John Campbell was born on the Drumaboden Estate, north of Letterkenny, Ireland. He is variously described as coming from Drumboden or Drumaboden, Kilmachrenan or Kilmacrenan, Donegal, Ireland. Drumaboden is a townland in Derry. Kilmacrenan is a nearby village southwest of Drumaboden Townland.

John immigrated to Donegal, Chester Co (now Lancaster Co), PA in 1726 with his wife, seven of their children and their families and settled on the Sweet Ara. John was an original landowner there and a member of the Pennsylvania Provincial Council. His family was one of the first to move into Orange Co, VA (now present day Augusta Co, VA) in 1733 along with the family of Gilbert Christian. He and his sons were original landowners in the Beverley Manor Patent.

John's ancestors, of which none are yet definitively proven, are reported in three sources. The first source is a letter written by a direct line Campbell descendant, Gov David Campbell, in the 1840s vaguely documenting family lineage covering four generations between the 1590s and the immigrant John Campbell (born 1674) without benefit of dates, places and additional family members; never once does this man, a Virginia governor, state how he knew this information about his family, but it was reported he had a great deal of interest in and correspondence concerning his ancestors. Of importance is reaching a conclusion as to whether the data is correct is that mathmatically the lineage he offers of the four generations would fit perfectly and thus his data becomes more credible. The following note is in Governor David Campbell's handwriting: "The farthest back the Campbell family can be traced is to Duncan Campbell of Inverary, Scotland, the place where the old Duke of Argyle and most of the Scotch Campbells lived. It was in the latter part of Queen Elizabeth's reign that Duncan Campbell moved from Inverary to Ireland. Not long afterwards, in the reign of James the 1st, when he had come to the throne, forfeitures were declared at Ulster in 1612, and Duncan Campbell bought a lease of the forfeited land from one of the English officers. One of his sons, Patrick, bought out the lease and estate in remainder, whereby he acquired the [land in] fee simple. How many other sons Duncan may have had is not known. Patrick had a son Hugh, and he a son Andrew. The generations from Andrew to our great-grandfather John [John Campbell husband of Grace Hay] are not stated. It should be to Duncan, father of John Campbell, [I believe the writer meant from the original Duncan down to John the immigrant, NOT that John's father is Duncan!] [who] emigrated to America with his family in the year 1726 and settled on the Sweet Ara river where Lancaster now stands in Pennsylvania. He [meaning John Campbell, husband of Grace Hay] had six sons, Patrick, John, William, James, Robert and David. Three - to wit - John, William and James were never married. John died in England having gone there with Lord Boyne and became [his] steward." http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=shinshaw&id=I1902 [Despite the above statement, families are recorded for two of the "never married" sons, so even the most recent generation reported has some inaccurate information based on current 2014 research.]

The second source for John's ancestors is the Wallace-Frierson book. The book does not include the lineage reported by Gov David Campbell above, nor does it align with the lineage reported in Burke's Peerage. The Wallace-Frierson book propels the Campbell ancestors into the early years of recorded history, based on illustrious lineages recorded in Europe to pass wealth -- titles and land -- from generation to generation or to record religious leadership. I do believe recording leadership and wealth occurred accurately and the Campbells doubtless were lucky enough to be included in those elite ranks, however it is difficult for me to believe and too time-consuming for me to prove our particular direct line happened to be the one through which all those said achievements passed. Nevertheless, I have included the Wallace-Frierson research in this database.

Finally there is a Campbell lineage provided in Burke's Peerage which mentions our immigrant ancestor. The Burke's Peerage lineage has mathmatical impossibilities in the 200 years that would be most critical to our lineage and as a researcher reports: "Many words have been written concerning the parentage of said Duncan, [John's ancestor] and much research has been conducted by amateurs and professionals alike. A number of theories as to the origin of said Duncan have been put forth in secondary sources, but none have been proven to date."

The ties to Margaret Stewart and her husband, Sir Duncan Campbell, the fourth Lord of Lochow who died in 1453 and from whom the immigrating Campbell lines appear to descend, are too tenuous to make at this time. Should the connections from Archibald Campbell through Margaret Stewart be proven the Michael Woods-Mary Campbell Family in America article has the additional lineage.


Alice Gedge's detailed sources:
(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B. Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.534.
(2) "William Anderson Family - The Campbell Conections," by William L. Anderson, Bethesda, MD (2005). Cites:
(a) "The Bulletin of William Anderson Family Association" (Winter 1984), Skillern family historian Darlene Appell, citing Maxwell family history.
(b) "Origins of the Campbells" (http://members.tripod.com/~philnorf.origins.htm).
(c) "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia 1726-1871," by Waddell, p.147-150. (d) Draft history of Arthur Campbell by historian Gordon Arinhome (Library of VA, Richmond).
(3) "McFerrin Family Tree," by Beth Micari (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, bethmicari database, 18 Dec 2006). Cites:
(a) "Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher and Kindred Families, including the Bowen, Russell, Owen, Grant, Goodwin, Am," by Margaret Campbell Pilcher (Marshall & Bruce Co., Nashville, TN, 1911) p.11-12.
(b) "Sketches of Virginia, Historical and Biographical," by William Henry Foote (2nd Series, J.B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1855) p.115-121.
(c) Orange Co., VA Will Bk 1, p.174, 180 (Library of VA).
(d) "History of Augusta County, Virginia," by J. Lewis Peyton (S.M. Yost & Son, Staunton, VA, 1882; rpt. 2nd Ed., 1953) p.307.
(e) Orange Co., VA Deed Bk 1, p.139 (Library of Virginia).
(f) Orange Co., VA Deed Bk 2, p.158 (Library of VA).
(g) "The Tinkling Spring, Headwater of Freedom; a study of the church and her people, 1732-1952," by Howard McKnight Wilson (Tinkling Spring and Hermitage Presbyterian Churches, Fisherville, VA, 1954) p.13.
(4) "Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia" (http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Early_Settlers_of_Augusta_County%2C_Virginia, 16 Jul 2011). Cites:
(a) "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia from 1726 to 1871," by Joseph Addison Waddell p.147.
(b) "Edmondson Family Assoication Bulletin," ed. Owan D. Edmondston (Oct-Dec 1998, Eagan, MN) p.6.
(c) "Foote's Sketches of Virginia," 2nd Series, p.114, 117, citing MS statements of Gov. David Campbell.
(d) "Rupp's History of Lancaster County, PA," p.185.
(e) R. A. Brock, Esq., "Richmond Standard," 10 Jul 1880.
(f) "History of the Campbell Family," by Henry James Lee, p.72.
(g) "Estill Family," by Alma Lackey Wilson (1944).

Children of John Campbell I and Grissell "Grace" Hay

Citations

  1. [S86] Charles Hamiton Young, Wallace-Frierson Family.
  2. [S9] "Davidson Family History."
  3. [S432] Letter, Gov David Campbell (1779-1859) to Lyman Draper, 1840s.

Grissell "Grace" Hay1,2

F, ID# 3485, (c 1678 - 1770)
Father:Patrick Hay Esq (a 1652 - )
Mother:Catherine Gillis2 (a 1652 - )
Charts:Susan Paulding Ruff * lineage
     Grissell "Grace" Hay was born c 1678 at Antrim, Ireland. She was the daughter of Patrick Hay Esq and Catherine Gillis.2 Grissell "Grace" Hay married John Campbell I, son of Andrew Campbell, c 1695 at Ireland. Grissell "Grace" Hay immigrated in 1726 to Pennsylvania. She died in 1770.
      Grace Hay moved to "Royal Oaks," Washington, Co, VA in the Holston River area after 1760.

Alice Gedge's detailed sources:

(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B. Stivers (E.B. Stivers, West Union, OH, 1900) p.534.
(2) "William Anderson Family - The Campbell Conections," by William L. Anderson, Bethesda, MD (2005). Cites:
(a) "Origins of the Campbells" (http://members.tripod.com/~philnorf.origins.htm).
(b) "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia 1726-1871," by Waddell, p.147-150.
(c) Draft history of Arthur Campbell by historian Gordon Arinhome (Library of VA, Richmond).
(3) "McFerrin Family Tree," by Beth Micari (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com, bethmicari database, 18 Dec 2006). Cites:
(a) "Historical Sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher and Kindred Families, including the Bowen, Russell, Owen, Grant, Goodwin, Am," by Margaret Campbell Pilcher (Marshall & Bruce Co., Nashville, TN, 1911) p.11.
(b) "Sketches of Virginia, Historical and Biographical," by William Henry Foote (2nd Series, J.B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1855) p.115-121.
(c) "History of Augusta County, Virginia," by J. Lewis Peyton (S.M. Yost & Son, Staunton, VA, 1882; rpt. 2nd Ed., 1953) p.307.
(d) "The Tinkling Spring, Headwater of Freedom; a study of the church and her people, 1732-1952," by Howard McKnight Wilson (Tinkling Spring and Hermitage Presbyterian Churches, Fisherville, VA, 1954) p.13.
(4) "Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia" (http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Early_Settlers_of_Augusta_County%2C_Virginia, 24 Mar 2009). Cites: (a) IGI.

Children of Grissell "Grace" Hay and John Campbell I

Citations

  1. [S86] Charles Hamiton Young, Wallace-Frierson Family.
  2. [S9] "Davidson Family History."

Anne Southall1,2

F, ID# 3486, (a 1729 - )
Father:Dasey Southall (c 1700 - 28 Jun 1767)
Mother:Edith Barrett (c 1691 - 20 Jan 1782)
     Anne Southall was born a 1729. She was the daughter of Dasey Southall and Edith Barrett. Anne Southall married Robert Grant b 20 Oct 1748.

Citations

  1. [S108] "Benjamin Weisiger Research."
  2. [S445] Susan Sasek Research.

MAJ Charles Campbell1,2

M, ID# 3487, (c 1722 - Jan 1767)
Father:Patrick Campbell I (1696 - 1769)
Mother:Elizabeth Taylor (c 1699 - c 1753)
     MAJ Charles Campbell was born c 1722 at Ireland. He was the son of Patrick Campbell I and Elizabeth Taylor. MAJ Charles Campbell immigrated in 1726 to Lancaster Co, Pennsylvania. He married Margaret Buchanan, daughter of CPT John Buchanan and Margaret Campbell, in 1744 at Augusta Co, Virginia. MAJ Charles Campbell died in Jan 1767 at Beverley Manor, Augusta Co, Virginia. His estate was probated on 17 Mar 1767 at Augusta Co, Virginia.
      Capt Charles Campbell moved to Augusta Co, Va after 1733. He served in the French and Indian War. He is believed to be one of the first five white men to explore the Holston River area to which the Campbells moved in the 1770s.

Child of MAJ Charles Campbell and Margaret Buchanan

Citations

  1. [S86] Charles Hamiton Young, Wallace-Frierson Family.
  2. [S9] "Davidson Family History."

Margaret Buchanan1,2

F, ID# 3488, (c 1723 - 1777)
Father:CPT John Buchanan2 (c 1700 - 1790)
Mother:Margaret Campbell2 (c 1702 - 1800)
     Margaret Buchanan was born c 1723 at Ireland. She was the daughter of CPT John Buchanan and Margaret Campbell.2 Margaret Buchanan married MAJ Charles Campbell, son of Patrick Campbell I and Elizabeth Taylor, in 1744 at Augusta Co, Virginia. Margaret Buchanan immigrated a 1746/47 to Virginia. She died in 1777 at Washington Co, Virginia. Her estate was probated on 18 Mar 1788 at Washington Co, Virginia.

Child of Margaret Buchanan and MAJ Charles Campbell

Citations

  1. [S86] Charles Hamiton Young, Wallace-Frierson Family.
  2. [S9] "Davidson Family History."

George Edward Davies

M, ID# 3489, (a 1930 - )
     George Edward Davies was born a 1930. He married Nancy Ellin Maginnis, daughter of Thomas Conway Maginnis and Margaret Pearson August, on 27 Feb 1971 at Rye, New York. George Edward Davies was buried at Bronxville, New York.

Child of George Edward Davies and Nancy Ellin Maginnis

Anna Catarina Helm1,2,3,4

F, ID# 3490, (a 1754 - )
Father:Unknown Hellm / Helm (a 1723 - )
     Anna Catarina Helm was born a 1754. She was the daughter of Unknown Hellm / Helm. Anna Catarina Helm immigrated in 1771. She married Jacob Ruff I, son of Johann "John" Ruff, on 20 Sep 1774 at New Hanover, Montgomery Co, Pennsylvania.
      Anna Catarina Helm immigrated to America with three siblings -- Maria Elisabeth, Franz Nickel [sic], and Johann Franz Daniel -- in 1771 from the Rhenish Palatinate/Saarland/Birkenfeld area of southern Germany. Johann Franz Daniel was the primary immigrant in the sibling group. Finding the four siblings' parents by tracing the siblings in America has not been successful. The sisters disappeared from the records but the name Franz Nicol/Nickel/Nikel Helm appears from time to time in the Pennsylvania records. In 1773 a man named Johann Franz Helm and his wife Anna Maria Koch who arrived in the US in 1768 and married the same year and a man named Johann Daniel Helm with wife Sophia Magdalena both have sons in Pennsylvania and the first couple is the sponsor for the other couple's baby, indicating a close family tie between the two men. This could be our two ancestral brothers, Franz Nickel Helm and Johann Franz Daniel Helm, resettled in America, if Johann Franz' Helm went to America in 1768 and then left his wife in America to go back to Germany to get his three siblings. Regardless, none of the records reveal the men's parents' names.

Anna Catarina Helm also used the names Catharina, Catherine and Hellm. Tradition is that Anna Catarina had ten children with Jacob Ruff, however between her marriage and her death dates it was impossible to have ten children, so the ten children refers to Jacob Ruff having ten children total by his two wives.

Children of Anna Catarina Helm and Jacob Ruff I

Citations

  1. [S390] Anna Catharina Helm 1771 Immigration.
  2. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  3. [S194] Samuel Oliver Ruff (1917-2010), Jacob Ruff.
  4. [S389] Certificate, Jacob Ruff (1746-1794) - Anna Catarina Hellm (est1754-~1780) marriage, 20 Sep 1774.

Unknown Selby ?1

F, ID# 3491, (c 1760 - b 1811)
Charts:Margaret Custis Russell * lineage
     Unknown Selby ? was born c 1760. She married Samuel Russell, son of Milby Russell I and Abigail Lewis, c 1780. Unknown Selby ? died b 1811.

Children of Unknown Selby ? and Samuel Russell

Citations

  1. [S1] "Virginia Winslett Research."
  2. [S374] Robert Mears Collection, Family Histories of the Eastern Shore, 2004.

Jacob W. Weisiger1

M, ID# 3492, (3 Jun 1788 - 6 Jan 1848)
     Jacob W. Weisiger was born on 3 Jun 1788 at Manchester, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Mills on 5 Sep 1811 at Richmond, Virginia. Jacob W. Weisiger died on 6 Jan 1848 at Richmond, Virginia, at age 59.

Child of Jacob W. Weisiger and Elizabeth Mills

Citations

  1. [S89] Weisiger Bible.

Parker Towles Conrad1

M, ID# 3493, (a 1849 - )
     Parker Towles Conrad was born a 1849. He married Katherine 'Kate' Webb a 1874.

Child of Parker Towles Conrad and Katherine 'Kate' Webb

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Katherine 'Kate' Webb1

F, ID# 3494, (a 1854 - )
     Katherine 'Kate' Webb was born a 1854. She married Parker Towles Conrad a 1874.

Child of Katherine 'Kate' Webb and Parker Towles Conrad

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Nellie Ona Conrad1

F, ID# 3495, (a 1883 - )
     Nellie Ona Conrad was born a 1883. She married Frank Wilton James a 1907.

Child of Nellie Ona Conrad and Frank Wilton James

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

J. Ralph Wilbur1

M, ID# 3496, (a 1885 - )
     J. Ralph Wilbur was born a 1885. He married Gertrude Parker Bradley a 1909.

Child of J. Ralph Wilbur and Gertrude Parker Bradley

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Gertrude Parker Bradley1

F, ID# 3497, (a 1890 - )
     Gertrude Parker Bradley was born a 1890. She married J. Ralph Wilbur a 1909.

Child of Gertrude Parker Bradley and J. Ralph Wilbur

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

John Morgan Sproul1

M, ID# 3498, (a 1916 - )
     John Morgan Sproul was born a 1916. He married Elizabeth Larned Knight a 1941. John Morgan Sproul was buried at Middlebrook, Virginia.

Child of John Morgan Sproul and Elizabeth Larned Knight

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Elizabeth Larned Knight1

F, ID# 3499, (a 1920 - )
     Elizabeth Larned Knight was born a 1920. She married John Morgan Sproul a 1941. Elizabeth Larned Knight was buried at Bayonne, New Jersey.

Child of Elizabeth Larned Knight and John Morgan Sproul

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Virginia 'Ginnie' Ellen Perry1

F, ID# 3500
Father:William 'Bill' James Perry IV
Mother:Margaret Diane 'Di' Alford (a 1936 - )
     Virginia 'Ginnie' Ellen Perry is the daughter of William 'Bill' James Perry IV and Margaret Diane 'Di' Alford. Virginia 'Ginnie' Ellen Perry married Vincent 'Vinc' Patrick Duran, son of Isaac Duran and Mary Jane Ramirez, on 2 Oct 1983 at Golden, California.

Child of Virginia 'Ginnie' Ellen Perry and Vincent 'Vinc' Patrick Duran

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Vincent 'Vinc' Patrick Duran1

M, ID# 3501
Father:Isaac Duran (a 1935 - )
Mother:Mary Jane Ramirez (a 1940 - )
     Vincent 'Vinc' Patrick Duran is the son of Isaac Duran and Mary Jane Ramirez. Vincent 'Vinc' Patrick Duran married Virginia 'Ginnie' Ellen Perry, daughter of William 'Bill' James Perry IV and Margaret Diane 'Di' Alford, on 2 Oct 1983 at Golden, California.

Child of Vincent 'Vinc' Patrick Duran and Virginia 'Ginnie' Ellen Perry

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

William James Perry V1

M, ID# 3502, (6 Dec 1966 - )
Father:William 'Bill' James Perry IV
Mother:Margaret Diane 'Di' Alford (a 1936 - )
     William James Perry V was born on 6 Dec 1966 at New Haven, Connecticut. He was the son of William 'Bill' James Perry IV and Margaret Diane 'Di' Alford. William James Perry V married Anne Moore Spence, daughter of Douglas Spence and Diana Prince, on 12 Jun 1988 at Springfield, Ohio.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Anne Moore Spence1

F, ID# 3503, (22 Feb 1966 - )
Father:Douglas Spence (a 1940 - )
Mother:Diana Prince (a 1945 - )
     Anne Moore Spence was born on 22 Feb 1966 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Douglas Spence and Diana Prince. Anne Moore Spence married William James Perry V, son of William 'Bill' James Perry IV and Margaret Diane 'Di' Alford, on 12 Jun 1988 at Springfield, Ohio.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Joel Huston Perry1

M, ID# 3504, (4 Oct 1969 - )
Father:William 'Bill' James Perry IV
Mother:Margaret Diane 'Di' Alford (a 1936 - )
     Joel Huston Perry was born on 4 Oct 1969 at New Orleans, Louisiana. He was the son of William 'Bill' James Perry IV and Margaret Diane 'Di' Alford.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Huston Alexander Alford1

M, ID# 3505, (23 Dec 1907 - )
     Huston Alexander Alford was born on 23 Dec 1907 at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. He married Stella Shores on 9 Jan 1936 at Baltimore, Maryland.

Child of Huston Alexander Alford and Stella Shores

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Stella Shores1

F, ID# 3506, (28 Jul 1909 - )
     Stella Shores was born on 28 Jul 1909 at Malden, Missouri. She married Huston Alexander Alford on 9 Jan 1936 at Baltimore, Maryland.

Child of Stella Shores and Huston Alexander Alford

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Douglas Spence1

M, ID# 3507, (a 1940 - )
     Douglas Spence was born a 1940. He married Diana Prince a 1965.

Child of Douglas Spence and Diana Prince

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Diana Prince1

F, ID# 3508, (a 1945 - )
     Diana Prince was born a 1945. She married Douglas Spence a 1965.

Child of Diana Prince and Douglas Spence

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Isaac Duran1

M, ID# 3509, (a 1935 - )
     Isaac Duran was born a 1935. He married Mary Jane Ramirez a 1960.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Mary Jane Ramirez1

F, ID# 3510, (a 1940 - )
     Mary Jane Ramirez was born a 1940. She married Isaac Duran a 1960.

Child of Mary Jane Ramirez and Isaac Duran

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.