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Ancestral families of Alison Cannady

by Bruce B. Cannady
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Gresham, Oregon : B.B. Cannady, c1990
xiii, 398 p.

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Ancestry of the author's only grandchild, Alison Cannady. She was born in 1971 at Salem, Oregon, the daughter of Michael Reid and Catherine Alice Moehring Cannady. Michael Reid Cannady was born in 1942 at Vancouver, Washington, the son of Bruce Barnes Cannady (b. 1912) and Pauline Elizabeth Pinske Cannady (b. 1909). He married Catherine Alice Moehring in 1967 at Braunfels, Texas. She was born in 1943 at Hondo, Texas, the daughter of Wesley Lee Moehring (b. 1921) and Patricia LaNelle Blalack Moehring (b. 1922).

Ancestors include: William Cannady (b. ca. 1767, of Central, Harrison County, Indiana); Louis (Ludwig) Moehring (1812-1903, of Medina County, Texas); Heinrich (Henry) Pinske (1830-1882, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin); James Bobby Blalack (ca. 1803-1869, of Bastrop County, Texas); William Barnes (ca. 1735-1824, of Monongolia County, Virginia); Jacob Leinweber (ca. 1795-1850, of Texas); Isaac Jones (1756-1801, of Rowan County, North Carolina); and Christopher Gottlieb Heinrich Rothe (1793-1872, of Medina County, Texas).

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