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The families of Johnathan Eads (1753-1806) of Harrison County, Kentucky and David Eads (1797-1872) of Davies County Missouri and some of their descendants

compiled by Janet Money Kademan and Alvis Money Magill
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Davenport, Iowa : J.M. Kademan, c1992
xiii, 154 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill., facsims., ports.

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The earliest known ancestor of the Eads family is Henry Eads who lived in Kent County, Maryland and was the father of four sons. One of the sons was Jonathon Eads (1753-1806) who was born in Maryland and eventually moved to Harrison County, Kentucky. He married Annie Fry and they were the parents of six children, one of whom was William Eads (1783-1855) who married Henrietta Mallory and was the father of nine children. Descendants live in Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas and other parts of the United States.

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