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Smelser Bible Records and Genealogy

Images of the family record pages from the Smelser Family Bible.

Smelser Bible Transcription


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Smelser Family Bible

Wedding Certificate Page

Smelser Family Bible Image - Wedding Certificate page



Smelser Family Bible

Birth Records Page

Smelser Family Bible Image of the birth records page.



Smelser Family Bible

Marriage Records Page

Smelser Family Bible image of the marriage records page.



Smelser Family Bible

Death Records

Smelser Family Bible image of the death records page.





Be sure to see the Smelser Bible Transcription of these Bible pages which includes 1910 census data.


These Smelser Bible images were submitted by John F. Smeltzer who is in charge of the Smelser DNA Project.


Surnames in these Bible images: Bunnell, Chamcy, Gregg, Nuding, Schrey, Smelser, Troyer.


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