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The Donnell family : a history and genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Donnell, of Scotland

by Camilla Donnell and Emma Amanda Donnell
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Reproduction of: Greenfield, Ind. : William Mitchell Printing, 1912. 174 p. : ill.

Includes index.

"Thomas Donnell, born June 11, 1765, at Carlisle, Pa,., was the oldest child of James and Catherine Donnell."--P. 22. He married Nancy Barr, the daughter of James Barr, on 16 June 1789 . "In the fall, the young couple voyaged down, to Maysville in a flaltboat, reaching Hinkson [a small stream about 12 miles from Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky] in December, 1789, and settling on a farm near the mouth of Taylor' Creek in February following. There they lived more than thirty years, and their eleven children were born there. ... In September, 1823, with all his family not previously settled in Indiana, Thomas Donnell removed to Decatur County."--P. 22-23. Nancy Barr Donnell died in April 1833 and And Thomas died in December 1833. Descendants lived in Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Iowa, Texas, Oregon and elsewhere.

Includes Antrobus, Braden, Elrod, Hudelson, Lewis, Mathers, Robison, Anderson, Ardery, Bowles, Briscoe, Burton, Cartmel, Davis, Donelson, Gordon, Hamilton, Hargitt, Herreld, Hollis, Hopkins, Knox, Lawson, Lewis, Linville, Lowe, Martin, McCoy, McElroy, Metcalf, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Oviatt, Parker, Patton, Pond, Potts, Rankin, Reeder, Smith, Stewart, Street, Stultz, Thompson, Vincent, Wagner, Waugh, Woodfill and related families.

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