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The Prichard family : history and genealogy of the descendants, antecedents and collateral relatives of Harmon and Nancy Purcell Prichard of Mason County, Kentucky

The Prichard and Hollingsworth families
by Paul Preston Prichard, historian and genealogist for the Prichard family
Prichard, Paul Preston (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
El Paso, Texas : P.P. Prichard, 1976
[7], 282 leaves. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes Downen, Hackett, Hollingsworth, Purcell, Randolph and related families.

Harmon Prichard (1794-1827) married Nancy Purchell (1784-1867) in Kentucky, and they moved to Indiana. He died there, and she died in Arkansas. Ancestors lived in Maryland, Virginia and elsewhere. Descendants lived in Indiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.

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