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Marion County connections

Barbara Hiestand Moore
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
New Braunfels, Texas : B.H. Moore, 1989
1 v. in 2 (548, [15] leaves) : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

Notes

Includes index.

Samuel Hays (1734-1805) was born in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Braford before 1765 in Augusta County, Virginia, and they later moved to Warren County, Kentucky. Marion County, Missouri is the central locality from which ancestry, descendants and relatives are traced. Ancestry, descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes Basom, Boyer, Brumbach, Chance, Chew, Cooms, Emery, Hiestand, Huff, Jarratt, Jenkins, Mundwiler, Pruett (Pruitt), Runkles, Wilkins and related families.

"Updated 1990" by additions and corrections throughout.

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