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    1. [KENTUCKIANA] My Kentuckiana website
    2. Dee
    3. Hi everyone I would like to invite you all to Kentuckiana Genealogy http://www.kentuckianagenealogy.org <http://www.kentuckianagenealogy.org/> I live in the area and all of my ancestral lines ended up in this area by 1900. If you have a website for the area I’d love to check it out! Dee Admin [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]> Kentuckiana Genealogy http://www.kentuckianagenealogy.org <http://www.kentuckianagenealogy.org/> GenLady http://www.genlady.com <http://www.genlady.com/>

    06/02/2018 11:10:09
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] RollCall
    2. Linda Clark
    3. Simon H Harrison, b. Baghdad, Ky abt 1803Married Sumner Co, Tn-Malinda Latimer, abt 1834 Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone

    05/23/2018 05:57:38
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Re: KENTUCKIANA Roll Call
    2. Patti Waitman-Ingebretsen
    3. JENKINS- Elijah/Lige & wife Rachel Elizabeth Myers (daughter of Henry Myers & Hannah Miller) PA to Montgomery Co, KY to Putnam Co, IN children: 1796-1815 Hannah, Polly Ann, Henry, Barbara, John , Israel, Benjamin, Cornelius, Mary Ann, Salina Ann, Hiram related families- SKELTON, WATTS, WARD, HURST Patti

    05/20/2018 10:10:15
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Borden/Lyon/Gilmore/Leavenworth
    2. Dee
    3. Hi everyone I have many people I’m researching in Kentuckiana. I’ll start with these four, who are my great-great grandparents Ira Borden b. 1854 m. Fannie Lyon b. October 1864 Leavenworth, Crawford, IN Ira was the son of Levi Borden and Abeline Gilmore Fannie was the daughter of Joel Alonzo Lyon and Sarah Jennette Leavenworth Anyone with a link to any of these people I’d love to hear from! I’m on both Ancestry and 23andMe., also and would love to connect to other researchers. :-) Dee Kentuckiana Genealogy http://www.kentuckianagenealogy.org <http://www.kentuckianagenealogy.org/> GenLady http://www.genlady.com <http://www.genlady.com/>

    05/19/2018 07:11:54
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Re: KENTUCKIANA Digest, Vol 13, Issue 2
    2. Carole Beringer
    3. Hi: Always searching for the following families in Crawford Co., IN.:Miller, Brown, Denbo, Gregory, Sloan, Seaton,Tucker, Sharp, Cummings (Cummins), Frakes and VanWinkle Thank you,Carole BeringerNew Albany, IN On Wednesday, May 16, 2018 1:05 PM, "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote: Send KENTUCKIANA mailing list submissions to     [email protected] To subscribe or unsubscribe via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to     [email protected] You can reach the person managing the list at     [email protected] When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific than "Re: Contents of KENTUCKIANA digest..." Today's Topics:   1. Roll Call (Debbi Allender)   2. Roll Call (Merri Vinton)   3. Roll Call (Lou Riz) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Wed, 16 May 2018 14:03:13 +0000 (UTC) From: Debbi Allender <[email protected]> Subject: [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8 I would love to see this list be more active.  I have lots of family that at least went through the Kentuckiana area! Here's who I'm researching: The Aaron LaGRANGE and related families. Aaron LaGrange was born in New Jersey around 1770.   He married Anne VANARSDALL in Mercer County, Kentucky in 1794.  She was the daughter of Christopher VANARSDALL who was born in New Jersey around 1740. Aaron and Christopher were in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1805.  Aaron's daughter, Catharine, married Joseph FERGUSON in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1816. Aaron's daughter, Charity, married William TICHENOR in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1817. William was the son of Daniel TICHENOR and Hannah COLLIER. Aaron and Christopher were in Gibson County, Indiana in 1820. Aaron's son, Aaron married Lucinda McDANIEL in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1832.  Lucinda was the daughter of Daniel McDANIEL. Aaron's son, John married Nancy GORDON in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1834.  Nancy was the daughter of Christopher GORDON and Mary "Polly" TICHENOR. All of these families eventually settled in Gibson County, Indiana. Please let me know if we have any connections- Debbi in Iowa ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 16 May 2018 10:54:44 -0500 From: Merri Vinton <[email protected]> Subject: [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call To: <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" I research primarily Clark & neigboring counties. Names include: BOTTORFF, MILLS  known to be in Clark Co, IN & Shelby Co, KY.Early to mid 19th century in Charlestown area for sure. Suspect them all to be in other counties farther north—Vigo, Scott, Fayette. Some were on their way west, while others stayed. ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 16 May 2018 12:04:40 -0500 From: Lou Riz <[email protected]> Subject: [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call To: [email protected] Message-ID:     <[email protected]om> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" I am researching FROMAN in Bullitt Co KY and FROMAN, GORMLEY, and WISEMAN in Crawford Co IN.  I am particularly interested in Jacob FROMAN who was in Bullitt Co, then Crawford Co, and ended up in Warren and Knox Co IL.  His wife was Mary, Last Name Unknown. Lou from Kansas End of KENTUCKIANA Digest, Vol 13, Issue 2 ******************************************

    05/17/2018 04:49:08
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Good resource - New Albany Public Library, Floyd co, IN
    2. Julie
    3. I'll have to do a different email with the surnames I'm researching in this area, which encompasses my mother's side of the family in the late 1700s to my dad being born there in 1929, lol.   When I got addicted to genealogy I decided to fly out, I'm in Southern Calif., and meet a 2nd cousin and try to figure out my family, lol.  She introduced me to this lovely library. what I learned is that back in the day New Albany (across the Ohio River from Louisville, KY) was the main port not Louisville They have a great Newspaper Index, that volunteers went through and pulled out the surnames to create.   and as you can see they offer a great copy service - and their digital copies are really clear (and FREE :-)) !!so if there is a book you don't have locally but are interested in, a newspaper article, or a death certificate, check them out :-) Julie http://nafclibrary.org/indiana-history-room/newspaper-research/ Many patrons live too far away or simply aren’t able to get into the Indiana Room for the information that they need.  While we cannot do extensive research, we are happy to send copies for specific requests.  This may be a copy of an obituary or copies of pages from a book, whatever it is that you need.  We ask that patrons request NO MORE THAN EIGHT (8) items per month, as we have many people using this service*.  You may request paper copies, which will be mailed to you and will cost ten cents (10¢) per page plus postage, or you may request digital copies, which will be e-mailed to you and are FREE of charge.  If you would like to place a copy request, there are three ways to contact us: Telephone:  (812) 949-3527 E-mail: [email protected] Post:  Stuart B. Wrege Indiana History Room New Albany-Floyd County Public Library 180 W. Spring St. New Albany, IN 47150

    05/17/2018 01:06:30
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Kentucky Roll Call Henderson County and Louisville, Jefferson County
    2. Rodger
    3. I am researching Mullin/ Mullen, George, Reese, Bunce, Meek, Harbold, Chapman, Trainer and Shelton in Henderson and Jefferson County, Kentucky. Joshua Mullin, Senior first appears in Henderson, KY in the 1820 census. He was born in Abbottstown, York/ Adams County, Pennsylvania to John Mullen and Allice Abbott. He died in Henderson, KY before 1860. Allice Abbott Mullen’ s father John and mother Alice Berwick Abbott had founded Abbottstown, PA in 1753. Both John Mullen and John Abbott served in the American Revolution. There are several Mullen/ Mullin who are in Henderson, KY ,1820- 1870. We are trying to find who were the siblings of Joshua Mullin, Senior and who were his children. We have no name for the wife of Joshua Mullin, Senior. There is a Joshua Mullin in Fayette Co., Pennsylvania in 1810 near Brownsville who fits the age group and may be my family as they go west. Several Mullin relatives end up in Louisville as did my gg grandfather Joshua Mullin, Junior. He married Sarah Reese George in Louisville. Joshua, Junior was a clerk/ liquor agent on the Star Grey, a packet boat and other steam boats that carried the mail between Louisville, Henderson and Evansville, IN. Joshua Mullin, Junior’s brothers- in- law were boat captains, William Meek who married Cordelia George, a sister of Sarah Reese George Mullin, and Joseph Bunce, mayor of Louisville, 1869/70, who married Josephine Mullin, a sister of Joshua Mullin, Junior. Meek and Bunce are blockade runners during the Civil War. A third river boat captain was Samuel Mullen who is in the 1832 Louisville Directory as a “pilot’ living on Market St., between 9th and 10 the streets. My family lived for several years on Madison. Other Mullin in Louisville were James, John, John T., Owen J., Patrick and Phillip. The family of Matthew George and Ann Reese came to Louisville from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by 1838. Bunce met Josephine Mullin in Henderson, KY. Several Mullin are buried in Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, KY and Ann George in Western Cemetery. .Would like to link the men and help with a record for Joshua Mullin, Seniors wife’s name. Thank you. Marie Reedy [email protected]

    05/16/2018 10:40:19
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Family research
    2. roger pike
    3. I am search for any Pike, Hagan or Milss in Western Kentucky

    05/16/2018 03:49:31
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Re: Roll Call
    2. Linda Clark
    3. I am Searching For Information, on Simon H Harrison, b Baghdad, Ky.  around 1811.. Father , maybe William Harrison..  He died In Sumner Co, Tn, and was buried In Womack Cemetery , near Johnson Crossroad, next to Hwy 25.. He was not in Civil War.. May have lived with an old country Doctor , at one time.. My Great-grandfather.. Linda Clark Harrison Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone On Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 10:54 AM, Merri Vinton <[email protected]> wrote: I research primarily Clark & neigboring counties. Names include: BOTTORFF, MILLS  known to be in Clark Co, IN & Shelby Co, KY.Early to mid 19th century in Charlestown area for sure. Suspect them all to be in other counties farther north—Vigo, Scott, Fayette. Some were on their way west, while others stayed. _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/[email protected]/ Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/[email protected]/ Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/16/2018 01:57:37
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Re: KENTUCKIANA Digest, Vol 13, Issue 2
    2. Gail
    3. I'm searching for Andrew Jackson Johnson born in 1815, perhaps KY, perhaps Virginia. He married Mahala Shepherd in Jefferson County, KY in 1855. I don't know anything about Andrew before the wedding or any of his family. Mahala was in Shaker Town in Harrodsburg. She left and went to Louisville but I don't know with whom she lived. I know they moved to Hardin County, Ky which is where I grew up. Also, need information on Tryphosa Bartlett who married John Marshall. They are the grandparents of Mahala. Mahala's mother is Catherine who married Elijah Shepherd 1820 in Mason or Lewis County, Ky. Don't know anything else about Elijah either. Would appreciate any help. ----- Original Message ----- From: [email protected] To: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 1:04:39 PM Subject: KENTUCKIANA Digest, Vol 13, Issue 2 Send KENTUCKIANA mailing list submissions to [email protected] To subscribe or unsubscribe via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to [email protected] You can reach the person managing the list at [email protected] When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific than "Re: Contents of KENTUCKIANA digest..." Today's Topics: 1. Roll Call (Debbi Allender) 2. Roll Call (Merri Vinton) 3. Roll Call (Lou Riz) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Wed, 16 May 2018 14:03:13 +0000 (UTC) From: Debbi Allender <[email protected]> Subject: [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8 I would love to see this list be more active.  I have lots of family that at least went through the Kentuckiana area! Here's who I'm researching: The Aaron LaGRANGE and related families. Aaron LaGrange was born in New Jersey around 1770.   He married Anne VANARSDALL in Mercer County, Kentucky in 1794.  She was the daughter of Christopher VANARSDALL who was born in New Jersey around 1740. Aaron and Christopher were in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1805.  Aaron's daughter, Catharine, married Joseph FERGUSON in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1816. Aaron's daughter, Charity, married William TICHENOR in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1817. William was the son of Daniel TICHENOR and Hannah COLLIER. Aaron and Christopher were in Gibson County, Indiana in 1820. Aaron's son, Aaron married Lucinda McDANIEL in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1832.  Lucinda was the daughter of Daniel McDANIEL. Aaron's son, John married Nancy GORDON in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1834.  Nancy was the daughter of Christopher GORDON and Mary "Polly" TICHENOR. All of these families eventually settled in Gibson County, Indiana. Please let me know if we have any connections- Debbi in Iowa ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 16 May 2018 10:54:44 -0500 From: Merri Vinton <[email protected]> Subject: [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call To: <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" I research primarily Clark & neigboring counties. Names include: BOTTORFF, MILLS known to be in Clark Co, IN & Shelby Co, KY.Early to mid 19th century in Charlestown area for sure. Suspect them all to be in other counties farther north—Vigo, Scott, Fayette. Some were on their way west, while others stayed. ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 16 May 2018 12:04:40 -0500 From: Lou Riz <[email protected]> Subject: [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call To: [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]om> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" I am researching FROMAN in Bullitt Co KY and FROMAN, GORMLEY, and WISEMAN in Crawford Co IN. I am particularly interested in Jacob FROMAN who was in Bullitt Co, then Crawford Co, and ended up in Warren and Knox Co IL. His wife was Mary, Last Name Unknown. Lou from Kansas End of KENTUCKIANA Digest, Vol 13, Issue 2 ******************************************

    05/16/2018 11:35:50
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call
    2. Lou Riz
    3. I am researching FROMAN in Bullitt Co KY and FROMAN, GORMLEY, and WISEMAN in Crawford Co IN. I am particularly interested in Jacob FROMAN who was in Bullitt Co, then Crawford Co, and ended up in Warren and Knox Co IL. His wife was Mary, Last Name Unknown. Lou from Kansas

    05/16/2018 11:04:40
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call
    2. Merri Vinton
    3. I research primarily Clark & neigboring counties. Names include: BOTTORFF, MILLS known to be in Clark Co, IN & Shelby Co, KY.Early to mid 19th century in Charlestown area for sure. Suspect them all to be in other counties farther north—Vigo, Scott, Fayette. Some were on their way west, while others stayed.

    05/16/2018 09:54:44
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Roll Call
    2. Debbi Allender
    3. I would love to see this list be more active.  I have lots of family that at least went through the Kentuckiana area! Here's who I'm researching: The Aaron LaGRANGE and related families. Aaron LaGrange was born in New Jersey around 1770.   He married Anne VANARSDALL in Mercer County, Kentucky in 1794.  She was the daughter of Christopher VANARSDALL who was born in New Jersey around 1740. Aaron and Christopher were in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1805.  Aaron's daughter, Catharine, married Joseph FERGUSON in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1816. Aaron's daughter, Charity, married William TICHENOR in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1817. William was the son of Daniel TICHENOR and Hannah COLLIER. Aaron and Christopher were in Gibson County, Indiana in 1820. Aaron's son, Aaron married Lucinda McDANIEL in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1832.  Lucinda was the daughter of Daniel McDANIEL. Aaron's son, John married Nancy GORDON in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1834.  Nancy was the daughter of Christopher GORDON and Mary "Polly" TICHENOR. All of these families eventually settled in Gibson County, Indiana. Please let me know if we have any connections- Debbi in Iowa

    05/16/2018 08:03:13
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Monthly Kentuckiana News
    2. Dee
    3. Hi Kentuckiana researchers! First I would like to invite everyone to please post to the list! Rootsweb has said if list traffic doesn’t pick up on some lists, they can be deleted. This list and many others are in danger. So…please, please, please post your queries! Please take a moment to read the rest of this email, then post to the list! Just a few items I’d like everyone to know: 1. Sorry…sales aren’t allowed on the list. If you aren’t a store, author or publisher and you have a book pertaining to Kentuckiana genealogy that you would like to sell, send me an email and I’ll let you know if you can send it through. 2. Please be nice. If you don’t like something that was posted simply delete the message. If you feel you must respond send me the message privately and I’ll let you know if it should be posted. 3. Chit chat is fine here at Kentuckiana! Try to stay on topic of Kentuckiana genealogy, researching, people, old homes, links to websites, etc. in Kentuckiana. This list is for all of us to share our brick walls, triumphs, trials and tribulations…Kentuckiana is a wonderful area and if you’re lucky enough to have family go through or stop in this area you are blessed with a rich history and plenty of records available! :-) Sometimes someone may go a little off-topic…that isn’t a huge deal…please just ignore it if you aren’t interested in what’s being said… 4. List description: A mailing list for all researchers whose ancestors settled in or traveled through the Kentuckiana area. This area includes the Indiana counties of Clark, Crawford, Dubois, Floyd, Harrison, Orange, Perry, Scott and Washington and the Kentucky counties of Breckinridge, Bullitt, Hardin, Jefferson and Meade. If you have any questions for me, personally, please send those privately to me at [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>….but please, take a moment now to send your queries through [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]> Dee Admin [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]> GenLady http://www.genlady.com <http://www.genlady.com/>

    05/15/2018 10:04:41
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Admin Post Please Read
    2. Dee
    3. Hi everyone! As you may have noticed, Rootsweb mail lists are back on-line! Yay! If you need help navigating the new system: http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp <http://home.rootsweb.ancestry.com/listindexes/listsHelp> I hope everyone will begin utilizing this list and the many others available at Rootsweb. If you have any questions about this list please feel free to send me a message! Have a great day! Dee Admin http://www.genlady.com <http://www.genlady.com/>

    05/03/2018 11:49:24
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Fw: Geneanet Genealogy Library Free! September 8 – 10, 2017
    2. Julie
    3. its real :-)  Ron - I typed in Lehew and go 4000 entries - most are from the Peter LeHew book - but not all From: Geneanet <[email protected]> Sent: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 4:49 PM To: Julie HORNUNG Subject: Geneanet Genealogy Library Free! September 8 – 10, 2017  | | | | If this newsletter is not displayed correctly,please click here. | | | | | | | Genealogy Library | | | | | Your Family Tree | Search | Participate | Forums | Blog | | | | | | Geneanet Genealogy Library Free! September 8 – 10, 2017 | | More than 3 billion indexed individuals! The Genealogy Library gives access to hundreds of thousands documents indexed for genealogy research. | | | | From 0:01AM (UTC+2) on September 8th, 2017 until 23:59PM (UTC+2) on September 10st, 2017. All books reserved for Premium members are included. | | | | | | | See also : | | | | Join Us on Facebook | Add [email protected] to your address book to make sure you receive our messages.Your username : xd22577 Your newsletter subscription: ,Unsubscribe from this newsletter. or,edit your account options. | | | | <!--#yiv2347890223 P {margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0;}-->

    09/09/2017 01:37:30
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Ancestry: free access to collections from the original 13 colonies
    2. Julie
    3. Found this - checked it out and it is legit :-) Celebrate this 4th of July holiday with free access to collections from the original 13 colonies:http://ancstry.me/2u0QK35 (Free access ends 7/4 at 11:59p ET) †Access to the records in the featured collections will be free until July 4, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Free access requires registration for a free Ancestry account. After the free access period ends, you will only be able to view the records in the featured collections using an Ancestry paid membership. To see a full list of the records in the featured collections, please click here. http://search.ancestry.com/search/group/us_july4th

    07/01/2017 09:11:39
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Lehews and Murphys
    2. Julie
    3. I don't suppose anyone has more information on this family? Peter Liam MURPHY 1806 – born in Ohio 1833 – married in Dearborn, Ind 1834 – child born in KY 1839 – child born in Ind 1840 – census in Dearborn, Ind 1841-50 - children born in Ind 1850 – census – Spencer co, In 1854 – child born in Ind Peter L. Murphy & Druscilla D. Wolf/Dolph William D – b 1834 & d. 1882 Jacob - b. abt 1836 Allen - b abt 1839 Taylor - b abt 1841, was in the Civil War & dismissed in 1865 Lahue/Lehew – b. abt 1843 Arfamous – b. abt 1845, was in the Civil War & dismissed in 1865 Thomas - b. abt 1849 John - b. abt 1850 George - b. abt 1854 Malissa - b. abt 1855 From: "Judy Sandage Murphy" <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [INSPENCE] Fw: Re: - lehews and Murphys Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2007 03:53:29 -0400 First I see where you said "where GGrandfather Wm. Dolph Murphy moved (Putnam Co.) sometime after his marriage to Sarah Ellen Brown in 1881. " but he married her around 1858 or 1859 (going on age of children and when they said they married on census), and probably in Vanderburgh Co, IN. Where did you find any mention of her name being DeWolf? Or her father being a Masterson? In Spencer Co, IN there WAS a William who married a Sarah: William Murphy Sarah Brown 5 Nov 1854 Spencer 3 422 and that IS proper timeframe for them to have married, but this may also not be them since they may have married as late as 1858/59 and in another county too. Glancing at 1850 census I don't see a Sarah Brown, Sarah DeWolf or Sarah Masterson who would be the age of Sarah (on 1860 census with William and his parents in Vanderburgh Co, IN). Judy M. > > This might be the connection I am looking for. I have Peter Liam Murphy > born 1806 in Ohio - (where in OH??) married to Druscilla Dolph (DeWolf) > in Dearborn Co. IN 10 March 1833. I see by my map guide to US Federal > Census that Campbell and Boone counties were right on the river on the > Ohio line and they were adjacent until 1840 when Kenton Co was created > between them. Spencer Co. IN on the Ohio is another county where I have > searched because right across the river in KY is Rabbit Hash, KY where > I think my great grandfather William Dolph Murphy was born. Other than > Wm. Dolph Murphy have not found out anything about the other children. > John, Arfamous, George, Jacob, Lahu,(or Lehew), Thomas, Taylor, and > daughter Malissa. Did have some links to Arfamous who might have been > in Civil War (and deserted) than was in Northern Missouri where > GGrandfather Wm. Dolph Murphy moved (Putnam Co.) sometime after > his marriage to Sarah Ellen Brown in 1881. > I plan to do more searching now for John and Susanah. > Of course Sarah Ellen Brown is a mystery too because > her father was John Masterson and there are several > John Mastersons in Spencer Co. IN. Also stuck on the DeWolf's - another > big mystery. Guess that is what makes genealogy so > interesting - all the mysteries. > Would love to hear from anyone with any additional information > on my missing Murphy line and would be happy to exchange any > information. > Carol Murphy Ulrey > > > Forwarded by "Carol M. Ulrey" <[email protected]> > ----------------------- Original Message ----------------------- > From: [email protected] > To: ins[email protected] > Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 01:03:58 EDT > Subject: Re: [INSPENCE] - lehews and Murphys > ---- > > Don't know if this will help but it is a Murphy connection to Lehews. > Campbell Co KY is now Boone Co KY > > > Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850 > MURFY, John & Susanah LEHUE, 2 May 1797, BD, b John Taylor, c by father > F[rancis?]. Lehue, w by Philimon Vawtors[?], Campbell Co., KY

    02/10/2017 08:28:25
    1. [KENTUCKIANA] Lookup offer: index to Indiana wills through 1850, phase 1
    2. juls92627
    3. I've got this book by Charles Franklin for two more weeks if anyone would like a lookup just let me know.  It only has the name of the deceased, the county, year, book and page number.  Take care Julie in calif Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Tab®4

    01/29/2017 05:42:47
    1. Re: [KENTUCKIANA] article: Place Your Family Tree On Multiple Sites
    2. Julie
    3. Thanks David - I was thinking it was like Ancestry and you could do small trees.  From: W David Samuelsen <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday, January 4, 2017 10:09 AM Subject: Re: [KENTUCKIANA] article: Place Your Family Tree On Multiple Sites Julia, Please do not use GEDCOM. Strongly not encouraged. GEDCOMs are useless now for FamilyTree, considering it is already over a billion names in a single tree. Check what is already in FamilySearch's FamilyTree. It is a SINGLE Tree, not a multiple trees like Ancestry, Geneanet, Geni, MyHeritage, Findmypast, etc. You will need to have your own account in order to add anything or even to correct. The account is FREE. If you already have AncestralQuest, Rootsmagic or Legacy, then you will find it very useful to use it to update or download data, individual or single family at a time, preventing mass-duplications. David Samuelsen, long-time user of FamilySearch's FamilyTree (from the beginning). On 1/4/2017 9:54 AM, Julie wrote: > excerpt from the Polish Genealogical Society of America newsletter > I didn't know that familysearch is now doing this - I'll try putting my trees up there where I have brickwalls :-)   Please no spam, chain letters, virus notices, current religous or political or money discussions  on the list. If in doubt, check it out with the list administrator first. Violations of these few prohibitions may result in removal from the list. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/04/2017 12:33:53