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Captain George Elliott of the Virginia Navy : and some allied families, Anderson, Atkins, Baker, Bridgewater, Campbell, Carpenter, Creel, Dadisman, Diddle, Fry, Grady, Hindman, Hughes, Jones, Lightfoot, McKay, Nelson, Odell, Pennebaker, Slaughter, Taylor, Thomas

Early settlers of Gradyville and Adair County, Kentucky
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1980
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [California? : J.P. & G.B. Moss, 197-]. [12], 286, 62, [3] p.

Cover title: The early settlers of Gradyville and Adair County, Kentucky.

Captain George Elliot of the Virginia navy originally published: Pasadena, Calif. : A.E. Odell, 1961. This edition includes an addendum by James Philip and Geraldine Baker Moss.

Captain George Elliott (1728-1814), son of Alexander Elliott (1686-1762) of Scottish lineage, immigrated to America from Banbridge, Ireland, and was living in Augusta County, Virginia, in 1755, where he served in the French and Indian War. He married Charity Jane Diddle (ca. 1742-1779) at Phildelphia in 1762. They had seven children, 1763- The family migrated back to Augusta County, Virginia, in 1767, and to York County, Pennsylvania, in 1775. He served in the navy during the Revolutionary War. The family migrated to Rockbridge County, Virginia, in 1781, and to Lincoln County, Kentucky, in 1791. He married 2) Mrs. Florence Henderson Bell (1736-1810) in 1785 and 3) Mrs. Ann Marshall in 1811. He died in Fayette County, Kentucky. Descendants of his son, Midshipman Alexander Elliott (1763-1852) listed lived in Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas, and elsewhere.

Includes the Atkins, Baker, Grady, Hughes, Odell, and other allied families.

Includes index.

Addendum contains: Solomon Baker -- History of Gradyville -- The Moss'es and Methodism in Kentucky -- Events of the Civil War in Adair County and south central Kentucky -- Will of Thomas Baker of Chesterfield County, Virginia [1774].

Solomon Baker (1803-1861), son of Thomas and W. Ann Elliott Baker, was born in Virginia. He married Jane Paxton (d. 1835) in 1825 in Adair County, Kentucky. They had three children. He married 2) Nancy Elliott (1818-1890). They had two children. He died in Johnson County, Missouri. Descendants listed lived in Missiouri, Illinois, and elsewhere.

Includes the Coomer, Keltner, Moss, and other allied families.

The addendum includes its own surname index.

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