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Family Bible record [1746-1928] of Leven G. and Nancy Keaton Pritchard

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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typed transcript of original records.

Bible owned by Charles Pritchard, Anderson, Indiana, 1930.

James Prichard (1746-ca. 1818), grandfather of Loven G. Pritchard and a captian in the Revolutionary War, was born in Maryland and died in Henry County, Kentucky. Loven G. Pritchard's father, Daniel Prtichard (1781-1852) was born in Maryland and died in Jasper Dounty, Indiana. His wife, Abigail Parkhurst (1785-1854), was born in Tennessee, and died in Johnson County, Indiana. Loven Garret Pritchard (1828-1903) was born in Johnson County, Indiana. He married Nancy Keaton (1830-1887), daughter of William Keaton (1794-1878), a native of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, and Sarah Johnson Keaton (1800-1887), a native of Trible County, Kentucky, in 1848. They had nine children, 1850-1872. Their son, Henry Russel Pritchard (b. 1856), and Ida Bell Hamner (1865-1909) were married in 1887. They had four children, 1888-1903.

IN Family Bible records of Johnson County, Indiana / Bess Seller Johnson. leaves 135-137.

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