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Family of Eliza R. McCann, who married Lytle Griffing : Bourbon County, Kentucky - Adams County, Illinois

[Robert Lee McCann ; William Ray McCann]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Hopewell, Virginia? : W.R. McCann, 1963]
[2], 75 p. : geneal. tables

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Lytle Griffing was born ca. 1805 at Paris, Kentucky, the son of Thomas and Frances Anderson Griffing. He married Eliza R. McCann (1803- 1848), daughter of John McCann, in 1826 at Paris, Kentucky. They had five daughters, 1827-1836. The family migrated from Millersburg, Kentucky to Illinois in 1834. They settled for a short while at Quincey and then moved to Columbus, Illinois. He died in 1846 in Marquette County, Illinois. Descendants lived in Illinois, Missouri, and elsewhere.

Includes the Magorian, Elliot, Drayton, and other related families.

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