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Mary Ann Ramsey
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Birth: Jul. 25, 1850
Beaver Falls
Beaver County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Apr. 9, 1871
Williamson County
Texas, USA

Mary Ann Ramsey was born on July 25, 1850 in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania to Alexander Murray and Ellen (Taylor) Ramsey. She died on April 9, 1871.

Her father wrote about 1890:

"I married Ellen Taylor on Beaver Dam Run, near Enon Valley, her old home February 6th, 1849, and moved direct to Beaver Falls, twenty five miles below Pittsburgh, where my daughter Mary Ann was born July 25th, 1850, and departed this life April 9th, 1871. Robert Emmet was born at Bridgewater, Pennsylvania, October 27th, 1852. Ella Minerva was born at Jackson, Mississippi, November 8th, 1854. William Alexander was born at Jackson, Mississippi, July 29th, 1856. Clara White was born at Jackson, Mississippi, August 5th, 1858. Frank Taylor was born in Burnet County, Texas, June 15th, 1861. After my marriage I was engaged in the Saw Mill Business until coming to Texas. We moved to Jackson, Mississippi, in 1852 and from there to Burnet County, Texas, in 1860.

I, A.M. Ramsey, was born at the old home in Pennsylvania June 4th, 1825. Ellen Taylor born at her old home near Enon Valley, Pennsylvania, August 4th, 1823. I was named after an old Secedar Minister, Alexander Murray. I was the oldest of eleven children and my wife the youngest of eleven. Six girls and five boys in each family and when we were married there were the same number of boys and girls living in each family....My sisters and brothers names were Sinah E., Sarah M., Amanda, Jane and another infant sister name I do not remember and Minerva T., John, David E., Robert Smith and James Ross. Minerva R. died when about grown at Allegheny City. The other sisters died in childhood. Robert S. died at Enon Valley when a boy. James R. died in the War of the Rebellion in the Northern Army at Vicksburg, Mississippi, about 1864. David E. crossed into Mexico during the War of 1861 and I have never heard of him. He left Gonzales going toward Mexico."

Family links: 
  Alexander Murray Ramsey (1825 - 1895)
  Ellen Taylor Ramsey (1823 - 1890)
  Mary Ann Ramsey (1850 - 1871)
  William Ramsey (1856 - 1920)*
  Clara White Ramsey Alexander (1858 - 1938)*
  Frank Taylor Ramsey (1861 - 1932)*
*Calculated relationship
Bittick Family Cemetery
Williamson County
Texas, USA
Maintained by: Pam
Originally Created by: AKL
Record added: Mar 18, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18505143
Mary Ann Ramsey
Added by: Brenda J. Rogers
Mary Ann Ramsey
Added by: AKL
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Gone but not forgotten
- Pam
 Added: Dec. 27, 2011

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