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William Coomes of Fort Harrod and Bardstown, Kentucky

compiled by Henry D. (Hank) Payne, Jr
Payne, Henry D. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Mt. Carmel, Illinois] : H.D. Payne, 1994
[56] p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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William Coomes (ca. 1734-1824) was born in Charles County, Maryland, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Coomes. He and his wife, Jane Frances, had ten children. The family migrated to the South Fork of the Potomac River (present day Hampshire County, West Virginia) in 1771 and to Harrold's Settlement (Mercer County, Kentucky) in 1775. The family moved to land on Steward Creek near Bardstown, Kentucky, ca. 1783. Their son, William Coomes, Jr. (1769-1844), married Rachel Coomes (1775-1847), daughter of Frances Coomes, a Revolutionary War soldier, in Nelson County, Kentucky. They had twelve children, 1797-1817. The family moved to a farm near Owensboro, Daviess County, Kentucky, ca. 1814.

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