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The ancestors of Benjamin Franklin Bourn and the descendants of Joseph Stults Bourn

compiled by Frank Neher
Neher, Frank D., 1917- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Malaga : F. Neher, [1995]
88 leaves in various foliations : ill., ports. (1 col.).

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Benjamin Franklin Bourn (1864-1921) was born in Walla Walla, Washington and died in Wenatchee, Washington. He married Catherine Louise Riggs (1870-1920) in 1889 in Whitman County, Washington. Traces his ancestors. The Bourn/Bourne line is traced back seven generations to Andrew Bourne (ca. 1650-ca. 1695) who was born in England and died in Rappahannock County, Virginia. The Higbee line (Benjamin's paternal grandmother's line) is traced back to John Hygbed (1450- 1535) of Buckinghamshire, England. Also includes Taliaferro, Callaway and related families.

Joseph Stultz Bourn (1823-1896) was born in Kentucky and died in Rosalia, Washington. He married Louisa Catherine Callaway (1829- 1885) in 1850 in Memphis, Missouri. Traces descendants for seven generations. Benjamin Franklin Bourn was one of his sons. Includes Haskell, Neher, Towne, West and related families.

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