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Descendants of Jonas Ingram and Melinda Butler

compiled by James Barry Bingham
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1991
xxxvi, 649 p. : ill., ports.

Notes

Jonas Ingram was likely born ca. 1778 in Montgomery Co., Virginia where his parents Jonathan Ingram and Barbara Menefee lived until the year 1798. Later in 1799, Jonas moved with parents to Logan Co., Kentucky. He married Melinda Butler ca. 1801 in Maury Co., Tennessee. They were the parents of three sons. Jonas is believed to have died ca. 1807 in Kentucky. Descendants lived primarily in Tennessee and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes information on the Barlar, Bingham, Cecil, Compton, Holt and Williams families.

Related works: Newsletter for the descendants of Jonas Ingram and Melinda Butler.

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