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The genealogy of the Breathitt, Clay and Madison County, Kentucky branch of the Jett family

Genealogy: Jett family
by C. Otis Jett
Jett, C. Otis (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Georgetown, Kentucky : I.L. Jett, c1988
127 p., [21] leaves of plates : ill., maps ; 29 cm.

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Spine title (orig. cover title): Genealogy: Jett family.

Descendants of Stephen Jett, Jr. (later after his son Stephen's birth ca. 1828 he dropped Jr. from his name and started using "Senior"). He settled in early 1811, with his family, in what was then Clay County, but the area is now in Breathitt County, Kentucky. Stephen Jett Sr. (ca. 1774-1863) married (1) Rachel Miller and they had seven children. Rachel died shortly after the birth of her seventh child in 1826. Stephen married (2) Nancy Gibson, daughter of William Gibson, of Clay Co., Kentucky in 1827. They had one child, Stephen Jett, Jr., born ca. 1828. Descendants live in Kentucky, Michigan, California and elsewhere.

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