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A history and genealogy of the Booher family, 1747-1964 : also a few interesting tales

[Betty L. McCay]
McCay, Betty L. (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript with Fiche
English
[1965]
79 leaves

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Includes Clouse, Endicott, Grimes, Hampton, Howington, Parrigin and related families.

Elizabeth Parrigin (1797-1904) was the daughter of John Booher. The family moved from Sullivan County, Tennessee to Washington County, Virginia and then to Clinton County, Kentucky where she died at age 105. She married Henry Parrigin in 1821 and had seven children. Descendants and relatives lived also in Indiana and some moved west.

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