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"Down in the barns" - the Kecks of Claiborne County, Tennessee : the ancestors and descendants of John "Guider" Keck and his wife, Rebecca A. Yadon

by Virginia Billingsley Fletcher
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1983
xxiii, 407 p. : ill., geneal. table, maps, ports.

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Maps on lining papers.

Henrich Geck or Henry Keck, Sr. (d. 1786) emigrated from Germany and settled in Chester County, Pennsylvania, in 1732. He served in the Revolutionary War. His great grandson, John "Guider" Keck (1823-1908), was born in Claiborne County, Tennessee, the son of John and Ann Ousley Keck. He married Rebecca Yaden, daughter of Jacob and Rachel Capps Yaden, in 1843. They had eleven children, 1844-1866. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Kentucky, and elsewhere.

Includes the Goin, Francisco, O'Dell, Collins, England, Williams, and other related families.

Also includes the Ousley/Owsley (Thomas Owsley, 1658-ca. 1700 of Stafford County, Virginia); Yadon (Joseh Yadon, 1756-1843 of Ireland, Virginia, and Tennessee) and other ancestral families of John "Guider" Keck and his wife.

Includes index.

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