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A couple Collier families to Indiana and parts west

compiled by Carol (Elkins) Stultz
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Danville, Indiana : C.E. Stultz, 1992
403 p. in various pagings

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Cover title: A couple Collier families : 2 separate genealogies, the elder Stephen Collier family & Richard Collier : related names: Acton, Adams, Baker, Elkins, Cummins, Smith, Stogdill.

Contents: pt. 1. Richard Collier and his family -- pt. 2. the elder Stephen Collier and his wife, Miss Elkins and their descendants, 1770s-1992 -- pt. 3. Collier research data -- pt. 4. A Collier chronology early to 1819 -- pt. 5. Geny print-outs on both Richard & Stephen from Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana & Iowa.

Richard Collier was born ca. 1780 in Virginia and died probably at Jackson Co., Indiana. His three children were born in Kentucky. Elder Stephen Collier (1772-1844), was born in Virginia and died in Rockcastle Co., Ky. He married ca. 1796 in Kentucky Hannah? Elkins (b. ca. 1780). She was born in Russell Co., Va.

Includes indexes.

Includes Collier/Colyer, etc. and allied families of Dewey, Cummins, Elkins, Hanners, Spurgeon, Stogdill, etc.

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