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Skaggs carrousel

by Ida M. Lancaster
Lancaster, Ida M. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Amarillo, Texas : I.M. Lancaster, 1997
417, [13] p. : geneal. tables.
Rev. ed.

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James Skaggs of Rockingham County, West Virginia, was a frontier Baptist preacher. In 1772 sixty families left West Virginia with Daniel Boone to settle in Kentucky. James Skaggs led half of the families to Bush Creek Valley in what later became Green County. James died in 1780. His wife's name was Mary. Descendants and relatives lived in Kentucky, Missouri, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Scaggs, Atherton, Carroll, Carter, Davis, Elkins, Elmore, Etherton, Farmer, Graham, Harris, Hewett, Johnson, Lindsey, Peace, Pepper, Pierce, Salsman, Saltsman, Thompson, Warren and related families.

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