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Amburgey (Amberger) ancestors and descendants : a supplement to Amburgey ancestry in America

compiled by Dorothy Amburgey Griffith
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
St. Louis, Missouri : Amburgey Family Association, 1997
iv, 247 p. : ill., ports.
3rd ed.
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John Amburgey, Jr. was born in 1758 on a farm once owned by his German immigrant grandfather Conrad Amberger. The latter died about 1742 when his son John Amburgey, Sr. was about twelve years old. On July 3, 1787, John Amburgey, Jr. married Elizabeth Hamons. They had twelve children. In 1814 most of the family moved to Russell County, Virginia and in 1826, some families crossed the mountains into what was Perry County, Kentucky (now Knott County).

Descendants are located in Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia and elsewhere.

This supplement adds families in both directions from the original book reaching back into Germany and going forward to include descendants in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, Texas, Michigan and California.

Includes name index.

The supplement also adds surnames for Christian, Collings, Combs, Hall, Honeycutt, Pigman and related families.

Also available on digital images.

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