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Daniel Lynn of Dearborn County, Indiana, and his descendants; : with a treatise on Daniel Lynn's possible antecedents and early Linns/Lynns of Kentucky

by Allen Gardiner
Gardiner, Allen, 1948- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Hayward, California : A. Gardiner, c1991
63 leaves

Notes

Bibliography: leaves 56-57.

Daniel Lynn or Linn (b. ca. 1772, d. 1850), patriarch of the Dearborn Co., Indiana Lynns, is first found in Harrison Co., Kentucky, where he was married in 1796 to Elizabeth Hume (d. 1837), the daughter of John Hume of Culpepper Co., Va. and Elizabeth Banks. They had four children. His second wife was Elizabeth Harriet Hugh(e)s with whom he had three children, born between ca. 1842 and 1849.

Includes index.

Includes Linn/Lynn and allied families of Conaway, Hume, etc.

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