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Our Simmons forefathers and their descendants

original text by Georgia E. Crosthwaite (1897-1962) ; original text extended by Bennett L. Smith, editor
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English
Fort Worth, Texas : B.L. Smith, c1974
ii, 358 [i.e 456] p. : ill., ports.

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Richard H. Simmons (1804-1866) was born in North Carolina, probably the son of William Simmons. He married Nancy Elizabeth Luce (1811-1845), daughter of William and Ann Green Luce, in 1838 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. They had at least six children, 1830-1845. He married 2) Rebecca Cassandra Williams, daughter of William and Lydia Studebaker Williams of Muhlenberg County. They had at least six sons. Descendants listed, chiefly descendants of their son, Duff Greene Simmons (1832-1902), lived in Kentucky, Texas, and elsewhere.

Includes the Smith (William Riley Smith, 1856-1949), Crosthwaite (William Harvey Crosthwaite (1860?-1953), and other related families.

Also includes the Luce (Henry Luce, ca. 1640-1689, of Massachusetts); Studebaker (Jacob Studebaker, 1767-1845, of Pennsylvania and Kentucky); Rhoads (Henry Rhoads, Sr., 1786-1774, of Germany and Pennsylvania); and other ancestral families of the author and editor.

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