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Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1.Sarah Mary ?Mary? Ford was born 22 JAN 1805, and died 21 MAY 1899. She was buried in William ?Little Bill? Ford Cemetery, Lake View, Dillon County, SC. She was the daughter of 2. George Ford and 3. Milly. She married Benjamin Shooter.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2.George Ford.

3.Milly was born ABT 1788 in Marion County, SC.

Children of Milly and George Ford are:
   i.Elizabeth ?Betsy? Ford was born ABT 1802 in South Carolina. She married Benjamin Hays. She married William Goodyear. He was born ABT 1787 in South Carolina.
1.  ii.Sarah Mary ?Mary? Ford was born 22 JAN 1805, and died 21 MAY 1899. She married Benjamin Shooter.
   iii.William ?Little Bill? M. Ford was born 15 OCT 1808 in Marion County, SC, and died 8 NOV 1877. He married Naomi ?Noma? Lupo, daughter of Lupo. She was born ABT 1810 in Marion County, SC. He married Elizabeth ?Lizzie? Butler. She was born 9 APR 1821 in South Carolina, and died 27 FEB 1885.
   iv.Nelson Ford was born 15 SEP 1811 in Marion County, SC, and died 3 MAY 1895. He married Mary Lupo, daughter of Lupo. He married Kitsy Goodyear. She was born ABT NOV 1837 in South Carolina.
   v.Mantha Ford was born ABT 1816 in Marion County, SC. She married Anthony Cribb. He was born ABT 1800 in Marion County, SC.

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