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Elizabeth Molly Triplett

Birth17 May 1797 - Culpepper, Fauquier County, Virginia, USA
DeathOct 06, 1867 - Linneus, Linn, Missouri, USA
MotherAnn "Nancy" Popham
FatherHedgeman Triplett

Born in Culpepper, Fauquier County, Virginia, USA on 17 May 1797 to Hedgeman Triplett and Ann "Nancy" Popham. Elizabeth Molly Triplett married William Smith McClanahan and had 10 children. She passed away on Oct 06, 1867 in Linneus, Linn, Missouri, USA.

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Parents

Hedgeman Triplett
1758 - 1837
Ann "Nancy" Popham
1767 - 1837

Spouse(s)

William Smith Mcclanahan
1800 - 1884

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Amelia Frances 'Millie' Mcclanahan
1831 - 1904
Susan A Caroline Mcclanahan
1834 - 1883
Thomas Marshall Mcclanahan
1823 - 1859
Willie E Mcclanahan
1839 - 1857
John Green Mcclanahan
1826 - 1905

Hedgeman Triplett Mcclanahan
1828 - 1896
Mary Jane Mcclanahan
1832 - 1915
Elizabeth B Mcclanahan
1837 - 1905
Ann Mcclanahan
1854 - Unknown
Emily H. Mcclanahan
1833 - Unknown

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