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Catherine Branner Derrick
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Birth: Jul. 2, 1791
Death: Mar. 14, 1869
Woodville
Jackson County
Alabama, USA

Wife of, Henry Derrick.
Great Grandmother of, Clara Lucille Kennamer Page & Eliza Odell Kennamer.

*Credited with, settling Old Woodville. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Michael Branner (1764 - 1839)
  Christina Airy Branner (1764 - 1857)
 
 Spouse:
  Henry Derrick (1788 - 1856)*
 
 Children:
  George Derrick (____ - 1864)*
  Anna Derrick Fletcher (1812 - 1839)*
  Christina Derrick Evans (1814 - 1870)*
  George Branner Derrick (1816 - 1864)*
  William M Derrick (1825 - 1881)*
  Lafayette Derrick (1827 - 1898)*
  Mariah Jane Derrick Stephens (1828 - 1908)*
  Mariah Jane Derrick Stephens (1828 - 1908)*
  Benjamin F. Derrick (1831 - 1863)*
  Sullina Derrick Kennamore (1833 - 1908)*
 
 Siblings:
  Casper Branner (1788 - 1867)*
  Catherine Branner Derrick (1791 - 1869)
  George Branner (1796 - 1847)*
  Benjamin Branner (1805 - 1879)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Derrick Cemetery
Woodville
Jackson County
Alabama, USA
 
Created by: Lin
Record added: Aug 30, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21251995
Catherine <i>Branner</i> Derrick
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Catherine <i>Branner</i> Derrick
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Catherine <i>Branner</i> Derrick
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This is for my 4th great grandmother Your namesake has traveled far.My grandmother was name's after you and lots more women in my family were named after you. Rest in Peace. Auf Wiedersehn.
- Jennifer Jones Page
 Added: Oct. 13, 2013

- Jen Snoots
 Added: Oct. 10, 2009

-Anonymous
 Added: May. 28, 2008
 
 
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