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Afton Lucinda Hatch Anderson
Original name: Afton Lucinda Hatch Anderson
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Birth: Feb. 25, 1895
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Death: Jan. 25, 1985
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Daughter of Abram Hatch and Ida Josephine Leavitt

Married Virgil Ballantyne Anderson, 27 Jun 1917, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
 
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 Parents:
  Abram Hatch (1857 - 1936)
  Ida Josephine Leavitt Hatch (1863 - 1952)
 
 Spouse:
  Virgil Ballantyne Anderson (1893 - 1973)
 
 Children:
  Virgil Ballantyne Anderson (1924 - 2011)*
  Annette Hatch Anderson Thornley (1935 - 1981)*
 
 Siblings:
  Malinda Pearl Hatch Evans (1883 - 1967)*
  Ida Lucille Hatch Foreman (1891 - 1978)*
  Afton Lucinda Hatch Anderson (1895 - 1985)
  Gladys Hatch Bywater (1899 - 1973)*
  Florence Hatch Evans (1903 - 1990)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Smithfield City Cemetery
Smithfield
Cache County
Utah, USA
Plot: C_544_2
 
Maintained by: SMSmith
Originally Created by: Utah State Historical So...
Record added: Feb 02, 2000
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Afton Lucinda <i>Hatch</i> Anderson
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relationship to me niece of husband of sister-in-law of paternal grandfather of husband of great granddaughter of wife of husband of sister-in-law of 1st great grand nephew of wife of brother-in-law of 1st great grand aunt of wife of 1st cousin 5x removed
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