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The ancestors of John David Parkhurst : (including a brief history of the Pinnell, Shook and Cronick families of southeast Illinois, and of the Parks, Cornutt, Barton and Collins families of Grayson County, Virginia)

by Margaret Anton Parkhurst
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Glendale, California : M. Parkhurst, c1985
26, [6] p.

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Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Parks, Covey, Cornett/Cornutt, Collins, Pinnell, Cronick and other related families.

Includes additions and corrections (April 1986).

John David Parkhurst (b.1917) was the son of William Elisha Parkhurst and Cornie Mae Parks of Bridger, Carbon Co., Montana. The family moved to Pasco, Franklin Co., Washington in the 1920's. He married Grace Allee Covey in 1942. He was a descendant of the Parks, Cornett /Cornutt and Collins families of Grayson Co., Virginia. Several generations of ancestors are given.

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