MS 23041, Wilson, Lewis Dunbar 1805-1856. Lewis D. Wilson collection 1836-1922

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MS 23041, Wilson, Lewis Dunbar 1805-1856. Lewis D. Wilson collection 1836-1922

MS 23041, Wilson, Lewis Dunbar 1805-1856. Lewis D. Wilson collection 1836-1922

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Williams, Frederick G. (Frederick Granger), 1787-1842

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Stout, Hosea, 1810-1889

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Marks, William, 1792-1872

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Daley, Almira Barber 1801-1874

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Sherwood, Henry Garlic 1785-1867

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Bingham, Brigham Heber 1841-1935

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Smith, George Albert, 1817-1875

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Brown, Alemeda Wilson 1838-1927

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Bolton, Curtis E. (Curtis Edwin), 1810-1890

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Sloan, James 1792-1886

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Wilson, Lewis Dunbar, 1805-1856.

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Smith, John, 1781-1854

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Preston, William Bowker 1864-1907

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Smith, Joseph, jr., 1805-1844

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Wilson, Lewis Dunbar, 1840-1922

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Wilson Ward, Weber Stake

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Wilson, Catherine Wiggins 1845-1931

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Daley, Moses 1794-1865

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Pettegrew, David 1791-1863

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