3 edition of Some ancestors of Eugene Perrot McAdams and Mary Elizabeth Pope McAdams of Hawesville, Kentucky found in the catalog.
Some ancestors of Eugene Perrot McAdams and Mary Elizabeth Pope McAdams of Hawesville, Kentucky
|Statement||edited by Pope McAdams.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.M11 1936|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||443|
|LC Control Number||40008609|
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Edited by Pope McAdams, Some Ancestors of Eugene Perrot McAdams & Mary Elizabeth Pope McAdams of Hawesville, Kentucky., "Comstock Family" pp Cook, Breckinridge County, Kentucky Records, Vol. 4; Will Book 1, p The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, Kentucky Marriage Records (c), Hardin County Kentucky Marriages Source: S89 Abbreviation: McAdams (Comstock-Hardin-Jenckes-Ballard-Arnold) Title: Edited by Pope McAdams, Some Ancestors of Eugene Perrot McAdams & Mary Elizabeth Pope McAdams of Hawesville, Kentucky.
(Mimeographed by Lockard Letter Shop, Shively, KY c) Repository: #R12 Call Number: CSM11 Page: ppSpouse: Winny Ann (Hardin) Comstock. Edited by Pope McAdams, Some Ancestors of Eugene Perrot McAdams & Mary Elizabeth Pope McAdams of Hawesville, Kentucky. (Mimeographed by Lockard Letter Shop, Shively, KY c) Call Number: CSM11 Page: "Hardin Family" pp See Edward Pope McAdams, Some Ancestors of Eugene Perrot McAdams and Mary Elizabeth Pope McAdams of Hawesville, Ky.
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