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The Scouten-Chalkley line : the family history of Mary Barbara Scouten, wife of William W. Hoffman

compiled & written by William W. Hoffman
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Boulder, Colorado : W.W. Hoffman, 1994
iii, 135 p. : ill., facsims., ports., maps, geneal. tables

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Descendants of Solomon Scouten born 1824 in Ohio. His wife, Lavica, (ca. 1825-1853) was born in Kentucky. She died in Portsmouth, Ky. They had five children all born in Ohio. Family lived in Greenup Co., Ky. according to 1850-1880 census records. Includes the Chalkley family originally of England. Benjamin Chalkley (1705-1750), son of Benjamin Chalkley, was born in London, England. He came to Virginia in 1730 and settled at Proctor's Creek, now Chesterfield Co., Va. Descendants live in Kentucky and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Chalkley, Hatcher, Reese and allied families.

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