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History of the family of John Booth and Francis Dale pioneers of Hancock, Illinois : other surnames mentioned in this history: Crenshaw, Dale, Dawson, White, McMinimy, Boston, Evans, James, Ervin, Kimbrough, Sheets, Russell, Collins, Cutler, Shultz, Sanders, Garner, Dorsey, Druout, Didier, Davis, Couchman, Cochran, Berry, Fletcher, Johnson, Noyes, Sample, Snyder, Nickoff and Reger

by Brenda Hassard
Hassard, Brenda (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Nampa, Idaho : B. Hassard, 2001
49 leaves : geneal. tables

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Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of John Booth. He was born 20 May 1798 in Northumberland County, Virginia, to James Booth and Susanna Crenshaw. He married Francis Dale 17 Dec 1822. She was the daughter of William Dale and Elizabeth Booth. They were the parents of seven known children. He died 2 Aug 1875 in Carthage, Illinois. She died 22 Jan 1882 and is buried beside her husband in the Old Carthage Cemetery, Carthage, Illinois.

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