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The Best of Senior Quest By Geniece Marcum
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For more than a decade, Senior Quest Magazine has been chronicling the lives of the members of the Greatest Generation from rural Metcalfe County, Kentucky. Presented here are 44 of the best of these... More > stories--witty, inspiring, insightful, and nostalgic--about war heroes, judges, teachers, farmers and other legends of Metcalfe County.< Less
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For more than a decade, Senior Quest Magazine has been chronicling the lives of the members of the Greatest Generation from rural Metcalfe County, Kentucky. Presented here are 44 of the best of these... More > stories--witty, inspiring, insightful, and nostalgic--about war heroes, judges, teachers, farmers and other legends of Metcalfe County.< Less
The Howard Family By Imogene Park
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Howard Family, Harlan County, Kentucky. Census, Birth, death and marriage records are all included for references. Surnames besides Howard are; Asher, Baker, Blankenship, Brock, Campbell, Colwell,... More > Cornett, Couch, Davidson, Engle, Eversole, Farler, Helton, Hensley, Metcalf, Morgan, Napier, Pennington, Stidham, Young and many more.< Less
Wells-White By Jim White
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This book is an attempt to set the genealogical record straight after more than 130 years of conflated information as has came forward because of the errant Visitations of Essex, County England.... More > Dates of the Visitations were 1552, 1558, 1612 and 1634 were compiled and edited by Walter C. Metcalfe, and published March 1879 in London. The information used to prove the associated ancestries in this book are many, but the data was independently verified using original manuscripts in England. Many dates used herein will challenge researchers for the dates commonly assumed correct are in fact off by as many as fifty years for dates of specific individuals enumerated herein. Do not believe Lord Richard Weston engaged his twelve-year old daughter with a marriage contract to a man forty years older than her. Richard Whyte, the father of Richard Whyte made the contract with Lord Richard Weston; it is extant. Richard Whyte who married Catherine Weston was born October 13, 1595 at Hutton Hall, Essex, England.< Less