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History and genealogy of the Jacob Turpin branch of the Turpin family : being a brief history and genealogy of the members of the first and second generations, and a genealogy of the members of all other generations down to the present time

prepared by P. T. Lambert
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2011

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Digital images of original published: Greensburg, Indiana : Lambert, 1910. 184 p., [25] leaves of plates : ill., ports.

Jacob Turpin was born in Eastern Maryland 14 March 1785, the son of William and Nancy Hanly Turpin. In 1786, the family moved to Kentucky. Jacob married Martha Taylor in Bourbon Co., Kentucky in 1804. In 1827, they moved to Indiana and settled on a tract of land on the east edge of Hendricks Co. in 1829. Jacob died on his farm on 19 January 1849. Descendants lived in Indiana, Kansas, Illinois, and elsewhere.

Includes the Lambert, Smith, Eaton, Menefee and other related families.

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