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Captain John McMurtry : Kentucky pioneer and soldier of the revolution

by David C. McMurtry
Books/Monographs
English
Lexington, Kentucky : Mil-Mac Publishers, 1999
x, 200 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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"References:" p. 155-158

Includes index.

John McMurtry was probably born in Pennsylvania or Virginia. His parents were Alexander McMurtry and Sarah Todd. His father died when he was young and his mother married James Young in about 1751 in Augusta County, Virginia. John married Mary Todd Hutton, daughter of James Hutton and Mary Todd, in about 1770. They had thirteen children. His brother, Samuel, married Jane Martin and they had six children. John's family moved to Kentucky in 1780. John fought in the Kentucky Militia and was killed in 1790 in battle called Harmer's Defeat. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Kentucky and Indiana.

Includes McMurtrey, Brown, Burford, Hogue, Lehman, Pool, Rose, Sharp and related families.

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