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The Crenshaws of Kentucky, 1800-1995 : a genealogy of the Crenshaws in south-central Kentucky, primarily the counties of Barren and Metcalfe, including the related families of Allen, Arnett, Beard, Bird, Bradshaw, Dearing, Dickey, Duke, Franklin, Goad, Hord, Jackson, Love, Maupin, Mitchell, Munday, Pace, Parrish ...

by Henry C. Peden, Jr.
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English
Westminster, Maryland : Family Line Publications, 1995
202 p.

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Descendants of John Crenshaw (1759-1818), who was born in Virginia (either Louisa or Albemarle Co.), a son of Nicholas Crenshaw and Mary Carr. He was married to Mildred Thompson (d. 1834), the daughter of William and Elizabeth Thompson of Albemarle Co., Va. John Crenshaw migrated to Kentucky by 1805 and settled at Knob Lick which is now in Metcalfe County. He and his wife had nine children. Descendants of Benjamin Crenshaw (c. 1745-1828) and his wife, Tabitha, who were in Barren County by 1801. Includes African-American and other Crenshaws in south central Kentucky.

Includes Duke, Franklin, Parrish, Peden and allied families.

Includes index.

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