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History and genealogy of the Goff and Kimbrough families : the ancestors and descendants of James Goff and Mary Elizabeth Kimbrough

H. Dale Goodwin, author and compiler
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Alpine, Utah : Goodwin-Bird Family Association, 1999
ca. 200 leaves : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Stephen Gough/Goff married Jean Price in 1773 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Their son, Daniel, was born there in 1777. The family later moved to Guilford County, North Carolina. Daniel married Sarah Simpson and lived in Tennesse and then Missouri. Their son, James (1809-1887), married Mary Elizabeth Kimbrough (1811-1851) in Howard, Missouri. They joined the L.D.S. Church in 1832 and later came to Utah where both died in Provo. Kimbrough ancestry is traced to John Kimbrough (1673-1750/1763) of New Kent, Virginia. Descendants lived in Utah, Idaho, California, Nevada, and elsewhere.

Includes Blackburn, Simpson, and related families.

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