Clark Family Genealogy Kentucky

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Clark Family Papers . The Clark Family papers (1816-1899) were deposited in Special Collections by Edward Coffman of Russellville, Ky. The Correspondence of various members of the Clark family of Campbell County,

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Crabtree Family History by Carolyn B. Crabtree Updated July 2016. Descendants of Samuel Crabtree Generation 1 1. SAMUEL1 CRABTREE was born about 1638. He died on 07 Jul 1700. Kentucky1. She married James Billingsley on 20 Sep 1748 in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Partial Genealogy of the Clarks, Part SEE CLARK OF VA GENEALOGY PART I 3 Children 4 Others 6 Others 3 Children See Churchill of KY Genealogy 2 = John Field (1726-74) (VA H of B, 1761-68) Ann Clark (1728-1804) = Ann Rogers (1728-98) John Clark (1726-99) (moved to Kentucky, part of Virginia

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Baugh Family Genealogy Notes Kentucky Mark B. Arslan 407 Highlands Lake Drive Cary, NC 27518-9167 marslan@nc.rr.com 2 Jun 1944 Clark, Levina #12-75 female, widowed, occupation: housewife, of Defoe, Henry Co. b. 6 Feb 1874, KY d.

Created June 2014 by Jana Meyer Family Charts at the Filson Historical Society Library, Louisville, Kentucky. *Family charts are stored in the map cases.

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Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History 100 West Broadway Frankfort, KY 40601 Family historians can miss valuable information by not knowing about all the different kinds of information that a resource provides. for Genealogy Research” and “LDS

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Western Kentucky University TopSCHOLAR® MSS Finding Aids Manuscripts 6-25-2012 Clark, William B., b. 1797? (SC 632) Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Western Kentucky University, Genealogy – Clark family Mathematics – Problems, exercises, etc., 1813-1819

Kirtley Family Genealogy Notes Kentucky Mark B. Arslan 407 Highlands Lake Drive Cary, NC 27518-9167 marslan@nc.rr.com Porthenia Clark 14 Aug 1913 Kirtley, Sallie M. #2146811 b. Muhlenberg Co., KY mother: Maggie Wakeland 24 Aug

Title: THE CORN FAMILY OF MERCER COUNTY, KENTUCKY Created Date: 20160811041739Z

Crabtree Family History by Carolyn B. Crabtree Updated July 2016. Descendants of Samuel Crabtree Generation 1 1. SAMUEL1 CRABTREE was born about 1638. He died on 07 Jul 1700. Kentucky1. She married James Billingsley on 20 Sep 1748 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Hardin County is Named for John Hardin to Kentucky in 1786. He was a veteran of Dunmore’s War, the Revolutionary War, and he served with George Rogers Clark in his campaign against the Wabash Indians. He died his family to the Monogahela County in southwest Pennsylvania (then

(12135) Thomas Berry. Fayette County, KY, by 1790. Clark County, Otherwise the members of this family were largely from Kentucky. Another child of Richard and Eliza Milton was: Some Old Families of Clarke County, Virginia

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