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The family of Joseph and Ann Hunter Rubey

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Microfilm of typescript (photocopy, 55 leaves) in possession of Samuel M. Cline, Martinsville, Indiana.

Joseph Rubey and his wife, Ann, with their oldest child, migrated to Kentucky in 1793 or 1794, probably from southern Pennsylvania. They had ten children born in Kentucky. They family lived in Bourbon and Harrison Counties in Kentucky. Most of the family migrated to Indiana in 1825. Joseph died in Union County, Indiana, in 1829 at age 70. Descendants lived in Indiana, Ohio, and elsewhere.

Includes "Genealogy of the Trembly family" (4 leaves) at end. Daniel B. and Elizabeth Trembly had nine children. Their grand-daughter, Cynthia Amaranda Rubey, daughter of Alfred Irvin and Mary Trembly Rubey, was born in 1843 at Brownsville, Indiana. She married Sampson Rupert Stevens (1842-1928) in 1865. They had five children. She died at Brownsville in 1912.

In Genealogical research work files / Samuel M. Cline. Rubey file.

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