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Lownsdale--Hillman, Craigs and others

compiled and presented by Eliza Haddon Brevoort
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Lawrenceville, Illinois : Bey Printing Co., 1957
73 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Contents: pt. I. Lownsdale: Lounsdale correspondence. Mason County, Kentucky, court records. Pike County, Indiana. Lounsdale and Gullick -- pt. II. Hillman: Hillman correspondence. Documents relating to the colonial history of the State of New Jersey. Bourbon County will book. Marriage bonds in Mason County, Kentucky. Hillman family tree. Craig, Absolom. Obituaries from Lexington newspapers. Records of Pike County, Indiana.

Film #1320544 restricted because of item 10.

Chiefly contains copies of records for persons with the Lownsdale/Lousdale, Hillman, Craig, etc., surname from probate, land, court and other public records in Kentucky, Indiana, and New Jersey. Includes copies of records from family Bibles and cemetery inscriptions.

Thomas Launsdale (1760-1806) of Mason County, Kentucky, and his wife, Margaret, had a son and at least two daughters. His son, James Lawnsdale (1776-1835) married Mary Hillman in 1800. They had eleven children, 1801-1822. The family lived in Pike County, Indiana.

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