Place: First Reformed Episcopal Church, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
↑ Smith-63544 was created by Richard Damon through the import of Damon-10.ged on May 21, 2014. This comment and citation can be deleted after the biography has been edited and primary sources are included.
Source: S36 Title: The Damon Family of Reading, Massachussetts, File Number: ISBN 0-89725-384-1 Abbreviation: Damon Family of Reading, MA Author: Damon, Richard A. Jr Publication: Penobscot Press, October 1999 Repository: #I2
No REPO record found with id I2.
Source: S51 Title: Winslow Johnson Damon Family Tree, Record Type: Ancestral Chart Abbreviation: Winslow Johnson Damon Tree Author: Edward Kennan Damon Note: A tree mostly built from previous works handed down in the family Repository: #I2
Source: S58 Title: United States Census, 1920, Mary J Smith, Record Type: United States Census, Household: Mary Jane Robinson, Record Info: Massachusetts, Middlesex County, Concord, Enumeration District 114, Sheet 9A, Line 38-39, Film: T625_706 Abbreviation: Census1920 MA Smith-MaryJ Publication: Ancestry.com, 1920 Repository: #R16
Source: S68 Title: United States Census, 1900, George Smith, Record Type: United States Census, Household: George Smith, Record Info: Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Enumeration District 1307, Sheet 1B, Line 72-76 Abbreviation: Census1900 MA Smith-George Publication: Ancestry.com, 1900 Repository: #R16
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Florence Mabel by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Florence Mabel: