Catherine (Miller) Marks (1765 - 1796)
Frederick County, Maryland
11 Jun 1796
Opelousas, St Landry, Louisiana
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Birth: 1765, Frederick County, Maryland
Death: June 11, 1796, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana
Parents: Jacob Miller (1737-1807) and Anne Marie Theigen (1737-1824)
Marie Barbe Stelly (born Miller) (1760-1824)
Jacob Miller (1767)
Frederick Miller (1770-1845)
Jean Baptiste Miller (1775-1815)
Marie Theresa Miller (1782-1852)
She married Balthazar Marx in 1784 in Opelousas, Louisiana. [
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Jean Baptiste Marks (1783)
Catherine Marks (1788)
Simon Marks (1794)
Catherine Miller died in 1796. She was buried 11 June 1796 in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana. [
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Wikitree profile Miller-38759 was created by Aaron Marks through the import of Marks Family Tree(1).ged on Sep 11, 2016.
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