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On the boundary line between Ohio & Grayson counties : some early settlers of the Hopewell Community

compiled by Natalia Decker Mallisee
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English
Utica, Kentucky : McDowell Publications, [199-?]
121 p. : facsims., maps, ports.

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Genealogical and historical information about settlers of the area included in the parish of the Hopewell Church, which is located in eastern Ohio County, near Grayson County, Kentucky. Includes genealogical information about the following families: Absalom Pearce and his wives Diademia Webb, Polly Casey and Ruth White; Benjamin and Elizabeth Tully Burden; Moses and Leann Jane Marks Baker; William and Elizabeth Bratcher; Daniel and Margaret Bratcher Byers, Robert Watson. Includes listings from the Hopewell Cemetery, McSherry Cemetery, Bratcher-Day Cemetery, Spurrier Cemetery, Byers Cemetery; Ohio County Bratcher marriage records; Grayson County Bratcher marriage records; Grayson county marriages; Grayson County births; Grayson County deaths; Grayson County deeds; Ohio County deeds; 17th Kentucky Infantry listings; various census listings and Edgefield County South Carolina Bratcher deeds.

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