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Old letters and documents from the estate of James Crutcher (1755-1823) ...

transcribed by Elizabeth W. McNamara (Mrs. H. W.)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Arlington, Virginia : E.W. McNamara, 1978
38 leaves

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"These letters and documents were in the possession of my mother, Carrie P. Weakley (Mrs. C. S.) at the time of her death in 1977, she being a great-great granddaughter...the original documents have been given to the Filson Club, Louisville, Kentucky, with copies sent to numerous genealogical and historical societies, etc. in Kentucky, Virginia and Washington, D.C.".

Includes transcripts of documents from the estate of Robert Poor, Garrard County, Kentucky.

Includes individual names of various Negro slaves.

James Crutcher married Ann (Nancy) Poore in 1785. He was born in Caroline County, Virginia and died in Hardin County, Kentucky.

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