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Bewley roots in Barren County, Kentucky

by Eva L. Franklin ... [et al.] ; indexed by Ron Bewley ; titled and reprinted by Shelby Jackson Bewley
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Rineyville, Kentucky : S.J. Bewley, [1985?]
257 p. : ill., facsims., map.

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Jesse Bewley (b.ca.1783) married Mary (Molly) Huckeby in 1802 in Bedford County, Virginia, and moved to Barren County, Kentucky, where he died after 1860. Descendants and relatives lived in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, California, Oregon and elsewhere. Includes history, 1811-1961, of the Concord Baptist Church located in and serving Barren County, Kentucky.

Includes indexes (listing Buley, Buly, Boley, Bowley, Bulley and other variant spellings).

Contents: pt. 1. Bewley--Buley--Buly : Jesse Bewley Sr. and wife, Mary Huckeby, of Kentucky / by Eva L. Franklin -- pt. 2. Bewley to 1850 miscellaneous [and] Bewley roots in America ... a mailing list to 1980 Bewley family roots newsletter ... / by Shelby Jackson Bewley -- pt. 3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bewley family.

Includes Anderson, Berry (Berrie), Britt, Franklin, Payne, Witt and related families.

Also available on microfiche.

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