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Spencer-Brizendine-Malone families of Trigg County, Kentucky

by Dawn Watts Westfall
Westfall, Dawn Watts (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
High Springs, Florida : D.W. Westfall, 1995
23 leaves

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William Spencer (ca. 1806-ca. 1847) married Lucy Ann Malone, daughter of Booth Malone and Martha Darnall, probably in Montgomery County, Tennessee. They lived in Kentucky and Mississippi. Booth Malone was born in 1767 in Brunswick County, Virginia. Cyrus Brizendine was born ca. 1812 in Virginia and moved to Montgomery County, Tennesse by 1847 and later Kentucky. He married Mary McCraw in 1834.

Includes Rickman, Hargrove, Malone, McCraw, and related families.

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