Early families of Muhlenburg County, Kentucky : Vincent, Wright, McElwain, Wilkins and Jarvis; historical information and sources for more than 2,000 descendants of Charles Vincent, William Wright, George McElwain, John Wilkins, and John Jarvis, whose numerous progenitors make up a large portion of the present population of Muhlenberg County

Nathan W. Murphy
Hanson, Kentucky : David W. Murphy & Associates, c1999
[3], 391 p.


Charles Vincent was born around 1740 and married Susannah in Bedford County, Virginia. Their children included Charles, Thomas, John, Ruth, Susannah, Martha and Sarah. Charles died in 1802 in Franklin County, Virginia. William Wright married Mary around 1780. They lived in Bedford County, Virginia. Their children were John, William, James and George. George McElwain married Nancy. They lived in West Virginia in the 1780s. Their children were Thomas, Mary, Tunis, Sarah and Catherine. John Wilkins was born in the early 1700s in either Virginia or North Carolina. John died in 1761 in North Carolina. John's widow was named Prudence and his children were listed as James and John. John Jarvis was born in 1730 in North Carolina and died in 1778. John's wife is unknown, but his children included John and Edward.


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