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Lynn, 1788-2000

compiled by Jessie Pope Taylor
Taylor, Jessie Pope (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Salem, Kentucky : J.P. Taylor, c2000
134, a-p p. : ill., ports.

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Approximately covers the years 1788-1999.

William B. Lynn was born ca. 1788 in Virginia and in 1820 he was in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. He married Fannie Broadus. They had six children: Adaline, Amanda, Newton J., William Lewis, Lavinia, and Emily. William B died prior to 1879 and it is believed Fannie died in the 1860's. They are mose likely buried in the old section of the Crooked Creek Cemetery in Crittenden County, Kentucky. Descendants lived in Kentucky, Texas, Illinois, Mississippi, and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Lynn, Gill, Pope, Hughes, Hunt, Long, Linn, Howerton, Gilbert, Vaughn, Ford, Vanhook, Lindsey, Perkins, and related families.

Includes additions and corrections.

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