James Murray Mason - Ancestry

Ancestry

Ancestors of James Murray Mason
16. George Mason II
8. George Mason III
17. Mary Fowke
4. George Mason IV
18. Stevens Thomson
9. Ann Stevens Thomson
19. Dorothea Taunton
2. John Mason
20. William Eilbeck
10. William Eilbeck
21. Margaret Dixon
5. Ann Eilbeck
22. John Edgar
11. Sarah Edgar
23. Johanna
1. James Murray Mason
24. James Murray
12. William Murray
25. Sarah Thomas
6. James Murray
26. James Smith
13. Ann Smith
27. Sarah Hynson
3. Anna Maria Murray
28. Daniel Maynadier
14. Daniel Maynadier
29. Hannah Haskins
7. Sarah Ennalls Maynadier
30. William Vans Murray
15. Mary Murray
31. Sarah Ennalls

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