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Linch/Lynch lineage and family history

by Ray Hanford Linch
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma : R.H. Linch, c1993
x, 312 p. : ill., facsims., coats of arms, ports., maps

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The Linch/Lynch family originally from Ireland to Virginia, North Carolina and elsewhere. The earliest known documented ancestor was George Linch born 1770/80. He was first noted in the 1830 Census of Indiana, Tippecanoe County. This family migrated to Claiborne Co., Tennessee about 1835. The sons of George Linch/Lynch became pioneers of Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas. The main lineage in this book is through Joseph Linch/Lynch, who was born abt. 1798 in Virginia and died ca. 1868 in Benton Co., Ark. He was the son of George and Rachel Linch/Lynch. He married Lucindy, a Cherokee Indian, born ca. 1805 in Tennessee and died ca. 1852 in Benton County, Arkansas. They had eleven children born in Indiana, Virginia, Tennessee and Arkansas. Descendants live in Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Linch/Lynch, Evans, Eidson and allied families.

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