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The Slack family of KY - Hardin, Union, Bullitt, & Washington counties, KY

Lindstrom, Joyce (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Fiche
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2005
11 microfiches

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Microfilm of family group sheets, pedigree charts, photocopies of printed material, correspondence, ca. 400 p.

John Slack was born ca. 1754 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and died in 1822 in Bullitt County, Kentucky. He was the son of Randall or Randolph Slack and Sarah Penn and was married to "Mary." John's daughter, Rebecca (1778-1844), was born in Augusta County, Virginia and married John Nall (1772-1865). They both died in Hardin County, Kentucky. Includes much information on the Nall family. They are traced back to Martin Nall who died in Essex County, Virginia in 1728 and was married to Mary Aldin. Another daughter, Mary (Polly) married Joel Vaughan or Vaughn in 1803 in Washington County, Kentucky. John's daughter, Sarah (Sally) married Dempsey Waller in 1804 in Washington County. Her sister, Lucinda (1798-1872) , married George Wyman in 1817 and John Barnett in 1824. Also includes information on the Monroe and Reburn families.

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