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The genealogy of the Lanter family, 1700-1983

by Mary Lois Robinson
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Danville, Kentucky : M.L. Robinson, c1983
294, [58] p. : ill., facsims., ports.
1st ed.

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Descendants of three Lanter brothers and a sister, who came to Kentucky from Virginia in the late 1700's or the early 1800's. Thomas Lanter (b. 1758) married 1783 Mary Walker in Orange Co., Va. He moved to Montgomery Co., Ky. in 1805, then to Madison Co., Ky., where he was living in 1833 when he applied for a Revolutionary War pension. His brother, Jack (1762-1837), was born in Orange Co., Va., and died in Campbell Co., Ky. He married 1787 Mary "Polly" Webb (d. 1849). Another brother, Peter (d. 1811), married Hannah Webb. He died in Garrard Co., Ky. The sister, Mildred Lanter, married John Webb, Jr. 1790 in Orange Co., Va.

Includes index.

Includes allied families of Bogie, Carpenter, Clark, Rouse, Surface, Tanner, Wilson, etc.

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