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Lusk family records, 1749-1930

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2001
on 1 microfilm reel ; 16 mm.

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Microfilm of files, correspondence, transcribed census records and short biographical sketches (hand and typewritten, in various pagings, 1900-1965) donated by Juanita K. Zierenberg of North Hills, California.

Attributed to: Flora Lusk Ward, Sara Morton Koehler, Marguerite Utley.

Chiefly, a collection of records of Lusk family members including John Lusk Sr. and his wife Elizabeth and many related families. John Lusk, Sr. and his wife were living on the North Shenandoah River, at a place called Long Neck, Augusta County, Virginia on October 19, 1749. They had at least five children. John died sometime prior to 1816 probably in Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Idaho, and California.

Includes Lusk, Sisson, Alden, Kingman, Freemen, Hubbard, Davis, Dean, Adams and related families.

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