The family of Gabriel Wright

written by Fred N. Wright
Manuscript/Manuscript with Digital Images
English
1997
iv, 109 leaves

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This work was originally written in 1906 by Fred N. Wright. Mrs. Inez Spears submitted it to the Wright Information Center where Phyllis M. Heiss typed and indexed the work.

Gabriel Wright lived in New Jersey. He married Deborah Ball and later moved west, eventually settling in Kentucky. In 1797 they settled in Ohio where Gabriel died in 1803 in Ross County. Descendants lived in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, and elsewhere.

Includes Carman, Carmain, Leazenby, Frazee, Marstellar, Truitt, Heppler, Cory, Cobb, Spencer, Hyer, and related families.

Includes index.

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