- Elizabeth Utech's Profile
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Could not parse date out of ABT 1620.
- @F1961@ FAM
- Husband: @I5899@
- Wife: @I5900@
- Child: @I3645@
- Date: ABT 1620
- This person was created on 02 November 2010 through the import of MacEntee_Richard_2010-11-01.ged.
- Elizabetth was born in 1580. Elizabetth Utech ... She passed away in 1655. 
- Thanks to John Ellis for entering this profile. Entered by John Ellis, Jun 22, 2013. Click the Changes tab for the details of contributions by John and others.
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- Elizabeth Utech ... 
- Thanks to John Ellis for entering this profile. Entered by John Ellis, May 28, 2013. Click the Changes tab for the details of contributions by John and others.
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