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McClanahans : early 1780-1825 Bourbon County, Kentucky settlers

by Patije Weber Mills
Mills, Patije Weber (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Sarasota, Florida : P.W. Mills, 2001
24 leaves

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William McClanahan was born in about 1690 in Virginia. He married Martha Smith in about 1725. They had six children. Their children migrated to Bourbon County, Kentucky. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri and elsewhere.

Sources: p. 19-24

Includes Holloway, Thornton, Elgin, Carter, Newland, Basye and related families.

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