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Family sheets : Asher, Collier, Duty, Ebersohl, Elder, Etzler, Eyster, McCord, McNeill, Mills, Noble, Plant, Ryan, Skelton, Sugg, Trotter, Wafer, Walters

compiled by William A. Ryan
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Mission, Texas : W.A. Ryan, 1986
2 v.

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Bibliography: p. 522-538.

Alfred Brown Asher (1851-1912) was the son of Lewis Asher (b.1813) and Alice Brown (1815-1901) of Owen County, Indiana. He married Savannah Georgia Reynolds (1864-1965) in 1881 at Denver, Gentry County, Missouri. They were the parents of seven children. Early Asher family members migrated from Culpepper County, Virginia, to Jefferson County, Kentucky, and Owen County, Indiana. Descendants live in Texas, Illinois, California and elsewhere.

Includes Reynolds, Brown, Plant, Skelton, McNeill, Etzler and other related families.

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