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Supplement to the families of Jonathan Eads (1753-1806) of Harrison County, Kentucky, and David Eads (1797-1872) of Daviess County, Missouri : and some of their descendants : being a continuation of chapters three through seven (with index)

compiled by Janet Money Kademan and Alvis Money Magill
Kademan, Janet Money (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Davenport, Iowa : J.M. Kademan, 1993
p. 157-259

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The earliest known ancestor, Henry Eads, lived in Kent Co., Maryland and was the father of four sons. One son, Jonathan Eads (1753-1806) born in Maryland eventually moved to Harrison Co., Kentucky. He married Annie Fry. Their youngest child, David Eads (1797-1872), was born in Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky., and died in Daviess Co., Mo. He married 1819 in Harrison, Hamilton Co., Ohio, Mary Carter Rader (1799-1884), daughter of William Rader and Jane Jones. She was born at the Calfpasture, Augusta Co., Virginia. Descendants live in Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes allied families of Hutchinson, Reeves, Wankel etc.

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