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The Cun/Coon/Coan/Koan family with supplemental Rantzir/Rancier/Ransier data from before 1790 to 1996

compiled by Helen A. Lynch
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English
Ontario, California : H.A. Lynch, 1996
[357] p.

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Descendants of three siblings, Elizabeth Cun (b. ca. 1757), who married George Rancier in 1776 in Schoharie, Albany, N.Y.; Michael Coon (ca. 1762-aft. 1790), who was born in New Jersey and died in Ontario, Canada; and John Stephen Coon (1764-1805) born in New Jersey, died in Ontario, Canada, and married Phoebe Carpenter in 1794 in Ontario, Canada. Their children were born in New York and Canada. Descendants migrated to various areas of Michigan, and to North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma and elsewhere. Contains mainly family group sheets and descendancy charts.

Includes index.

Includes Coon/Koan, Bolt, Lynch, Kemp, Rancier and allied families.

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