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Hilligoss family of Fleming County, Kentucky and Rush County, Indiana

compiled and contributed by Mrs. Elmer (Jennie) Danell
Danell, Jennie (Main Author)
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English
Fresno, California : J. Danell, [197-?]
[122] leaves ; 29 cm.

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Genealogy of Jacob Hilligoss (ca. 1763-1830) born in Pennsylvania to George and Elizabeth Hilligoss. He married Barbara Gilbert (b. ca. 1763) 1790 in Bourbon Co., Kentucky. She was a daughter of Nicholas and Margaret Gilbert. This couple had nine children: Isaac W. (1791- 1873), married Nancy Inlowe (1793-1869) 1811; Joseph (b. 1794), mar- ried Sarah Jones 1815; Sarah (1796-1850), married Benjamin Sampson 1813; Silas (b. 1800), married Elizabeth Smiley (b. 1802) 1825; Lemanlina (1802-1876), married Isaac Carr (1795-1866) 1817; William (b. ca. 1805), married Catherine Vandemont; Levi (1805-1860), married Jane M. Vansandt 1827; Eli (1809-1891), married Nancy McRoberts (1812-1874) 1831; and David (1812-1877), married Jane Steele 1831. Children were born in Fleming Co., Kentucky. This book contains family group sheets.

Includes related families of Carr, Clark, Danner, Gregg, Hurst, Mull, Orwin, Towne, etc.

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