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A genealogical history of the Sturgeon, Elder and allied families of Kentucky

compiled and edited by Edith Louise Wood
Wood, Edith Louise (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Louisville, Kentucky : E. L. Wood, 1968
97 leaves. : ill., map.

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"Samuel [Sturgeon ] I was born in Ireland about 1680 and with his large family migrated to America in 1730. He settled in Donegal Township, Lancaster County, not far from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He likely married around 1702-1705."--p. 2. "William Elder married Ann Scott, cousin (?) of General Winfield Scott of Mexican War fame. They were born in Dinwiddie County, Virginia and emigrated to Lexington, Kentucky, about 1800. William died in 1818 in Louisville."--p. 47. Descendants lived in Kentucky, Florida, Indiana, Tennessee, Michigan, Missouri, California, Texas, Nebraska and elsewhere.

Includes Sturgeon, Galt, Durgee, McCabe, Schickel, Hughel, Taylor, Stone, Bowser, Feezel, Green, Wood, Bernard, Ledford, Pearce, Smedley, Eaton, Hume, Elder, Meeks, Tanner, Evans, Winn, Cain, Dixon, Polk, Ashcroft, Erb, Hobbs, Goolsby, Harris, Walker and allied families

Pages 39-43 include "Tombstone inscriptions of Long Run Cemetery, Long Run, Jefferson County, Kentucky...taken in 1948 by Edith Wood and a group of her students belonging to the Anchorage [Kentucky] Genealogical Society"--p. 39.

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