Donald L. Clay

Donald L. is a site manager of My Family Barney-Clay
Donald L. created the site on April 13 2012 (3 years ago)
Donald L. visited 1164 times, last visit on August 16 2015 (11 days ago)

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Hinkle Family Web SiteMember, since Jan 1 2012
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Immediate family

Joyce May Lambert (born Moore)
<Private> Copas (born Clay)
<Private> Clay, Jr
Margert May Whipple
<Private> Costello
<Private> Bennett (born Reinhardt)
Donald Ernest Clay
Norma Christine Clay (born Barney)
<Private> Clay
<Private> Knigge (born Clay)
<Private> McMurray (born Clay)
<Private> Clay
David Ferdinand Begin Dorothy Ingersoll #1 & #2
There are two Dorothy Ingersoll. Big challenge.
#2 father and Step mother both died in Westfield, Hampden, Mass.
#2 Dorothy died at 18 years of age in same town.
How? Perhaps of childbirth.
#1 Dorothy was married to Jacob Phelps and had six children. Jacob was married to Dorothy May 2 1673 after her demise #2. Reason all who had Phelps for a spouse were rejected, some 17 matches.
Search of 20 Dorothy on MyHeritage revealed another spouse, Mr. Root.
So if #2 died in childbirth, she was married to a Mr. Root.
As to the parents of #1 big ???
one year ago
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