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Whose family line is it... anyway : a brief history of the Crain, Snider, Burkitt, Plumlee, Shingleton and Isom families in Franklin, Williamson and surrounding counties in Southern Illinois

Charles L. Crain
Books/Monographs/Book on Compact Disc
English
[Illinois?] : C.L. Crain, c2001
1 CD-ROM : col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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WIlliam Crain was born circa. 1710 in Belloreir, County Down, Ulster, Ireland, and died circa. 1790 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He married Jean Milton circa. 1730 in County Down, Ulster, Ireland. She was born circa. 1710 in County Down, Ulster, Ireland, and died circa. 1795 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. They came to America around 1732 through Georgia. They first settled in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and later on in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. They had three sons. Descendants resided primarily in North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Illinois and Missouri.

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