By Barbara Kinney Black
Research questions integrated for which the writer invitations suggestions. complete colour, 316 pages.
Includes descendants of kinfolk strains: James P. and Martha A. Dungan Kinney; James V. and Mary L. Haven Fox; Leroy C. and Mary A. Fulk Culbreath; David Smith and Susan Stevenson Carnahan; William H. and Anna Rachel Fox Kinney; William Allen and Anna Rachel Fox Kinney Anderson; Thomas S. and Martha Emma Carnahan Culbreath; John D. and Margaret Harman Haven; Howard and Martha Davidson Haven; Joseph and Matilda Patton Davidson; John G. and Martha Davidson; William A. and Sarah J. Cravens Fox; James and Lucinda Eskridge Fox; Colonel George Eskridge; Andrew J. and Jane Caplinger Fulk and comparable households.
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