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Living HOLLEY.3 Parents: Living HOLLEY and Mary Monroe WALKER.

Spouse: Living O'BRIEN. Children were: Living HOLLEY, Living HOLLEY, Living HOLLEY, Living HOLLEY.


Living HOLLEY.3 Parents: Living HOLLEY and Living O'BRIEN.


Living HOLLEY.3 Parents: Living HOLLEY and Living O'BRIEN.


Living HOLLEY.3 Parents: Living HOLLEY and Living O'BRIEN.


Living HOLLEY.3 Parents: Living HOLLEY and Living O'BRIEN.


Living HOLLEY.3 Parents: Living HOLLEY and Living FRAZEE.


Living HOLLEY.3 Parents: Living HOLLEY and Living FRAZEE.


Living HOLLEY.5,128 Parents: John T. HOLLEY and Annie Clara HALSTEAD.


Living HOLLEY.5,128 Parents: John T. HOLLEY and Annie Clara HALSTEAD.


Living HOLLEY.5,128 Parents: John T. HOLLEY and Annie Clara HALSTEAD.


Living HOLLEY.5,128 Parents: John T. HOLLEY and Annie Clara HALSTEAD.


Living HOLLEY.5,128 Parents: John T. HOLLEY and Annie Clara HALSTEAD.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,870 She died on 1 Jun 1999.3,870 She was born Private. She is reference number 79493. Parents: Living HOLLEY and Mary Monroe WALKER.

Spouse: Living RAUEN. Children were: Living RAUEN, Living RAUEN, Living RAUEN, Living RAUEN, Living RAUEN, Living RAUEN, Living RAUEN, Living RAUEN.

Spouse: Living RAUEN.


Adam HOLLIDAY3 was born on 14 Aug 1660 in Glen, Scotland.3 He was also known as Adam Halliday.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22391. Parents: John HOLLIDAY and Isabella MCDOWELL.

Spouse: Jane MACOMSON. Adam HOLLIDAY and Jane MACOMSON were married on 2 Oct 1708.3 Reference Number:448450 Children were: Samuel HOLLIDAY, Adam HOLLIDAY, John HOLLIDAY, Adam HOLLIDAY.


Adam HOLLIDAY3 was born on 1 Dec 1711.3 He died about 1712.3 He is reference number 33830. Parents: Adam HOLLIDAY and Jane MACOMSON.


Adam HOLLIDAY3 was born on 1 Dec 1718.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33832. Parents: Adam HOLLIDAY and Jane MACOMSON.

Spouse: Sarah GRANT. Adam HOLLIDAY and Sarah GRANT were married. Reference Number:637078


Alexander HOLLIDAY3 was born on 9 Mar 1733.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22418. Parents: Samuel HOLLIDAY and Rebecca CHURCH.


Alexander HOLLIDAY3 was born on 10 Aug 1825 in Kentucky.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22408. Parents: Samuel HOLLIDAY and Elizabeth MARTIN.


Charles Agustus HOLLIDAY5,128 was born in 1842 in Chambers Co., AL..5,128 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,128 He is reference number 10896. Parents: John M. HOLLIDAY and Maria Rebecca MAGNAN.

Spouse: Maria Antonette DELOACH. Charles Agustus HOLLIDAY and Maria Antonette DELOACH were married on 8 Oct 1863 in Chambers Co., AL..5,128 Reference Number:40434


David H. HOLLIDAY5,128 was born on 11 Oct 1835 in Jones Cop., GA..5,128 He died on 18 Mar 1863 in Served In The Civil War.5,128 He was buried in Burial At Stateline Comgregational Christen Church.5,128 He is reference number 10893. Parents: John M. HOLLIDAY and Maria Rebecca MAGNAN.

Spouse: Tula A. MCDONALD. David H. HOLLIDAY and Tula A. MCDONALD were married on 18 Sep 1856 in Chambers Co., AL..5 Reference Number:40424


Eliza Jane HOLLIDAY5,128 was born in 1839.5,128 She is reference number 10895. Parents: John M. HOLLIDAY and Maria Rebecca MAGNAN.

Spouse: Jessie M. DELOACH. Jessie M. DELOACH and Eliza Jane HOLLIDAY were married on 7 Oct 1860 in Chambers Co., AL..5,128 Reference Number:40430


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5 She was born about 1841 in Jones Co., GA.5,128 She is reference number 10895. Parents: John M. HOLLIDAY and Maria Rebecca MAGNAN. Parents: John M . Holliday and Maria Rebecca MAGAN.

Spouse: Jessie M. DELOACH. Jessie M. DELOACH and Eliza Jane HOLLIDAY were married on 7 Oct 1860 in Troup Co., GA..5 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,128 Reference Number:40430


Eliza Jane HOLLIDAY3,449 was born in 1866.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 20628.

Spouse: Jonas BOYD. Jonas BOYD and Eliza Jane HOLLIDAY were married on 25 Dec 1889.3,449 Reference Number:415604 Children were: Clarence Lee BOYD.


Elizabeth HOLLIDAY3 was born about 1815 in Virginia.3 She died before 4 Sep 1873 in Mason County, Kentucky.3 She is reference number 22404. Parents: Samuel HOLLIDAY and Elizabeth MARTIN.


Elizabeth Brewer HOLLIDAY3,796 was born on 9 Aug 1831.3,796 She died WFT Est 1832-1925.3,796 She is reference number 22654. Parents: Joseph HOLLIDAY and Nancy R. MCCUNE.

Spouse: Adam Harper GWYN. Adam Harper GWYN and Elizabeth Brewer HOLLIDAY were married on 20 May 1847 in Monroe County, Missouri.3 Reference Number:452492


Emily HOLLIDAY2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30546.

Spouse: Andrew EDGINGTON. Andrew EDGINGTON and Emily HOLLIDAY were married. Reference Number:574921


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 He was born on 10 Dec 1808 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 He died on 24 May 1887 in Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,187 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 He was also known as George Reading Holliday.3,187 He is reference number 22642. [boyd-trees.ged]









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George Reading Holliday, Dr. b: Dec. 10 1808 in Bourbon, Kentucky; d: May 24, Parents: William Patton HOLLIDAY and Rebecca READING.

Spouse: Sarah T. MACMAHILL. George Reading HOLLIDAY and Sarah T. MACMAHILL were married. Reference Number:452334


Isabella HOLLIDAY5,128 was born on 21 Feb 1837.5,128 She died on 15 Jun 1919.5,128 She is reference number 10894. Parents: John M. HOLLIDAY and Maria Rebecca MAGNAN.

Spouse: Daniel J. HAYS. Daniel J. HAYS and Isabella HOLLIDAY were married on 10 Mar 1853 in Chambers Co., AL..5 Reference Number:40426


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 He was born on 9 Sep 1793 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.3,796 He died in 1822.3,187 He was also known as James Holiday.3,187 He is reference number 22386. Parents: William HOLLIDAY and Martha PATTON.

Spouse: Polly BRUCE. James HOLLIDAY and Polly BRUCE were married. Reference Number:448620


James H. HOLLIDAY3 was born about 1823 in Kentucky.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22406. Parents: Samuel HOLLIDAY and Elizabeth MARTIN.


Jane HOLLIDAY3 was born on 5 Jul 1744 in Rathfriland, Down, Ireland.3 She was also known as Jane Halliday.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 22390. Parents: Samuel HOLLIDAY and Janet ADAIR.


Jane HOLLIDAY3 was born before 1827 in Kentucky.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 22409. Parents: Samuel HOLLIDAY and Elizabeth MARTIN.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 She was born on 31 Oct 1785 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.3,796,1248 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,577 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 She died on 1 Jun 1866 in Rush County, Indiana.3,567,1348 She was buried in 1866 in Shiloh Cemetery, Center Twp., 2 Miles North Of Mays, Rush Co, Indiana.3,1348 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,187,577 She was also known as Jane Holiday.3,187 She is reference number 22233. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]3,577 Parents: William HOLLIDAY and Martha PATTON. Parents: . Parents: .

Spouse: Arthur James BOYD Sr. Arthur James BOYD Sr and Jane Adair HOLLIDAY were married on 28 Jan 1817 in Harrison County, Kentucky.3,237,567 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,577 Reference Number:444293 Children were: Arthur James BOYD II, Adam Rankin BOYD.


John HOLLIDAY3 was born before 1585 in Scotland.3 He died before 1625.3 He was also known as John Halliday.3,38 He is reference number 22395.

Spouse: Margaretha HUTCHESON. John HOLLIDAY and Margaretha HUTCHESON were married before 1610 in Scotland.3 Reference Number:448663 Children were: John HOLLIDAY.


John HOLLIDAY3 was born in 1610 in Scotland.3 He was also known as John Halliday.3,38 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22393. Parents: John HOLLIDAY and Margaretha HUTCHESON.

Spouse: Isabella MCDOWELL. John HOLLIDAY and Isabella MCDOWELL were married. Reference Number:448654 Children were: Adam HOLLIDAY.


John HOLLIDAY3 was born on 19 Feb 1716.3 He died in 1719.3 He is reference number 33831. Parents: Adam HOLLIDAY and Jane MACOMSON.


John HOLLIDAY3 was born on 12 Jan 1732.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22419. Parents: Samuel HOLLIDAY and Rebecca CHURCH.


John HOLLIDAY3 was born in 1795 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22387. Parents: William HOLLIDAY and Martha PATTON.

Spouse: Jane MCKEE. John HOLLIDAY and Jane MCKEE were married. Reference Number:448623


John James HOLLIDAY3,796 was born on 23 Jul 1819 in Pike County, Missouri.3,187,3010 He died on 18 Sep 1881 in St. Louis, Missouri.3,187,2755 He was also known as John James Holiday.3,187 He is reference number 22240. Parents: Joseph HOLLIDAY and Nancy R. MCCUNE.

Spouse: Lucretia Green FOREE. John James HOLLIDAY and Lucretia Green FOREE were married on 9 May 1843 in Monroe County, Or Randolph County, Missouri.3,2755 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,187 Reference Number:446168


John M. HOLLIDAY5,128 was born in 1808 in South Carolina.5,128 He died on 24 Jul 1891 in Chambers Co., AL..5,128 He is reference number 10338. Parents: John HOLIDAY and Lithia FUQUA.

Spouse: Maria Rebecca MAGNAN. John M. HOLLIDAY and Maria Rebecca MAGNAN were married on 4 Nov 1830 in Jones Co., GA..5 Reference Number:37841 Children were: William J. HOLLIDAY, David H. HOLLIDAY, Isabella HOLLIDAY, Charles Agustus HOLLIDAY, Sarah Anne HOLLIDAY, Samuel Spotford HOLLIDAY, Eliza Jane HOLLIDAY, Eliza Jane HOLLIDAY.


John Pinkney HOLLIDAY3,468 was born in 1873.3,468 He died in 1943.3,468 He is reference number 49847. [boyd-trees.ged]







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John and Carrie are buried in Cody, WY.

Spouse: Carrie Ethel BOYD. John Pinkney HOLLIDAY and Carrie Ethel BOYD were married in 1905.3,468 Reference Number:875361


John W. HOLLIDAY2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30570.

Spouse: Sarah LEEDOM. John W. HOLLIDAY and Sarah LEEDOM were married. Reference Number:575260


Joseph HOLLIDAY3,796 was born on 15 Sep 1789 in Bourbon County, Kentucky..3,796 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 He died on 17 Dec 1870 in Monroe County, Missouri.3,187,796,2755 He was also known as Joseph Holiday.3,187 He is reference number 22384. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Biography]3 [boyd-trees.ged]





Interesting information and the Trail taken from Ky to Mo in 1817 by these families: McCunes, Biggs, Hollidays. (K.H.C.)



Fellow researchers,

I thought you might like to read an autobiography from one of the early
Kentucky and Missouri pioneers, Capt. Joseph Holliday. Holliday was born in
Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1789. Shortly after his birth a new county was
formed from his region called Harrison County. His family left for Pike
County, Missouri in 1817. Holliday's account is very interesting to me
because it involves my immediate ancestors. I hope you enjoy it!

Bob Francis

The following account will be in about four parts. Here's the first part:

Autobiography of Joseph Holliday (1861)
Copy annotated by his son, Samuel Newton Holliday, St. Louis, Mo. (1863)

I was born on the fifyeenth (sic) day or September, 1789. in what was then
Bourbon Co, Ky., now Harrison Co., about three miles southwest from where
Cynthiana now is, on a bluff of Gray1s Run, on the south side thereof, just
above its mouth.

My father1s name was William Holliday. He was born in Ireland, near
Londonberry, and came to America when he was seventeen years of age. He
came to Pennsylvania where he married Martha Patton. She also came from
Ireland, when she was eleven years of age, with her father and mother and a
large family of brothers and sisters. When last heard from, two sisters of
my mother were living near Urbana, Ohio; one named Nancy Steele, a widow;
and, the other named Polly Wright, also a widow. They had a great many
children.

In the north of Ireland there was a Rebellion, about the year 1772, I think,
the rebels belonged to a society named the Hearts of Steele (refer below
under 3Historyý for a brief summary of The Hearts of Steel). They rebelled
against the government, endeavoring to regain the lost liberty of Ireland,
but did not accomplish much. There were a great many of them, but they
could not do anything against the British Army. My father was a member of
the Hearts of Steele, and as the British Government had detected the
movements of the Society, and was endeavoring to ferret out its members, my
father escaped in a vessel and came to America, in the year 1772. He had no
brothers. He had only one sister I think her name was Martha (her name was
June). She (Jane) married her cousin Joseph Holliday in Ireland. They came
to America, and settled in Pennsylvania. Her husband, Joseph Holliday, was
killed in Pennsylvania by the falling of a tree, which was cut down for a
coon. He was holding the dogs, and, the tree falling the wrong way, killed
him. They had two children; one son named Samuel, who has a family of
children some where in Ohio. Sam was killed a few years ago, not far from
Lebanon, Ohio, on Point Creek. He was hauling a load of joice or rafters,
and going down hill, the load slipped forward and killed him; His sister
died unmarried.

My father1s sister married a second husband, named Elliott, who had a son
who was a Presbyterian Preacher, and a teacher in a college or Seminary at
Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. They had a son who is a Physician, Dr.
Elliott.

My father died in February 1812. I think it was February. I know it was in
1812; and that it was a short time before war was declared. He was
fifty-five years of age at the time of his death.

My father moved to Kentucky after he was married and had three children, I
think it was about 1786, three years before I was born. He settled at the
place where I was born, on Gray1s Run. My father had ten children, five
boys and five girls, to-wit: Samuel, William, Sally, Nancy, Martha, Jane,
Joseph, Rebecca, James, and John. John died when a small boy. (John
Holliday died in 1796 aged 11 months) All are now (1861) dead but three of
us, Jane Boyd, who is five years older than I; Rebecca McClintock, who is
three years younger than I; and myself.

John Boyd and her husband, Irving Boyd, live in Indiana, about fifty miles
from Indianapolis, and one mile south of the railroad that goes from
Indianapolis to Maton, Ohio. They have two boys, one named Rankin, and the
other, I think, is named Irvin. Irvin lives in Illinois, not far west of
Terre Haute, Indiana.

Rebecca McClintock, widow, has three children living. One, William, lives
near Indianapolis; another, Martha Patton, widow, has two boys by her first
husband,named Nesbit. She resides in Indiana about twenty miles south of
Jane Boyd on the railroad that goes from Indianapolis to Cincinnati, at
Greensburg. Her mother lives with her. The third child, Joseph McClintock
is now (1861) in California, but talks of returning. He has a wife and
children.

Sister Martha died unmarried, when she was about sixteen years of age.
(Martha Holliday died in 1803 aged 16 years)

Sister Sally died early, but left one daughter, her husband was named
Alexander Martin. The daughter has been married several years, I don1t know
her husband1s name. (Sarah Martin died in 1804 aged 20 years)

Brother Samuel died near Pendleton Indiana, on Fall River, about 1845. He
left about eight children. William, one of his sons, is a preacher, and
resides in Indianapolis. Joseph, a lawyer, died a few years ago, while a
member of the Legislature of Indiana. John is dead. Two of the girls live
about Pendleton, the rest are all dead. One of the sons had prepared
himself for the ministry, and on his return home just after he graduated in
Pennsylvania, he died. Brother William died on Grassy Creek, near
Louisiana, Pike County, Mo. about the year 1830. He left five boys,
William, George, Samuel, James, and Joseph; and one daughter, Martha.
Sally, another daughter, died young.

My brother James died near Clinton, Indiana, about 1830. (He died June 8,
1822) He was a carpenter by trade. He built the Cout (sic) House in Eaton,
Ohio. He left two daughters and one son. The son, named Patton Holliday,
was killed, when about twenty years old, in the time of the Black Hawk War.
(James Patton Holliday died Oct. 18, 1843, aged 20 years & 9 months) He was
Lieutenant, and the Military were camping out, drilling at Eton, Ohio, and
tried to play a prank on the guard by going through. He was shot with a wad
and died a few days later. James two daughters now live in Eaton, Ohio. One
married Alfred Denny and the other Dr. Minor. One, I think, is named Fanny,
the other Caroline. They were very nice women,--very.

EARLY RECOLLECTIONS. The frst thing I can recollect--about the frst thing,
was the death of my brother John. I, and some of the other children were
sent over to a neighbor1s house to tell them about his death. I recollect I
was very sorry to lose my little brother.

About the next thing I can recollect is that my father kept a horse hitched
outside the log cabin, with a hole in the wall, through which a chain was
passed, which was fastened to the horse1s neck.The chain was fastened
inside, and the rattling of the chain was supposed to awaken my father if
the Indians came to attack him. Father had his gun there, too. The Indians
came around the house one night, when Father was gone to the salt works,
down at Big Bone, in the lower part of Kentucky. My mother put the
children, myself among them, in the loft. A young girl of the neighborhood
was stayng with mother while father was gone. She was so badly scared that
she got under the puncheon floor. I was very much afraid, still I did not
sit up all night. Mother did. The Indians chopped with their 3Tom-a-hawksý
at the door awhile. We could hear them talking. They were just on a
stealing expedition. They stole some horses that night from old Johnny
Lair, wholived over Licking, opposite us. Old Hinkson, an Indian fighter,
raised some men and followed them, caught up with them near the mouth of the
Licking, not far from where Cincinnati now is. Old Hinkson followed their
trail, saw smoke rising from their camp, from the top of the ridge, waited
until the Indians slept, crawled upand killed nearly all of them and got all
the horses back. There were about twelve in all, all were killed except
two, and one of them it was thought would die from the blood that was found.
I recollect that the men came over to our house, to see the Indians, the
next morning after the Indians were there, said it looked like they had been
in our cornfield several days. My old friend George Redding was one of the
men who came over.

SCHOOL DAYS. I don1t believe I went to school over a year, in my whole
life. My first teacher was named Garmony, an Irishman; another teacher1s
name was Hinkson, a relation of the Indian fighter. I got my arm broken,
wrestling, while I was going to school to him. Notwithstanding that, I
still kept up the practice of wrestling for several years. I was never
thrown two best out of three in my life. I can think of a heap of
foolishness away back in my life, but I don1t want it down here.



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http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyharris/harrison.htm Parents: William HOLLIDAY and Martha PATTON.

Spouse: Nancy R. MCCUNE. Joseph HOLLIDAY and Nancy R. MCCUNE were married on 18 Mar 1816 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.3,2755 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,796 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,187 Reference Number:446181 Children were: William Harvey HOLLIDAY, John James HOLLIDAY, Thompson HOLLIDAY, Mary Sloan HOLLIDAY, Rebecca Jane HOLLIDAY, Martha Ann HOLLIDAY, Samuel Newton HOLLIDAY, Elizabeth Brewer HOLLIDAY, Joseph HOLLIDAY Jr..

Spouse: Elizabeth EAST. Joseph HOLLIDAY and Elizabeth EAST were married on 31 Oct 1837 in Monroe County, MO..3,796 Reference Number:448564


Joseph HOLLIDAY Jr.3,796 was born on 7 Jan 1834 in Pike County, MO..3,796 He died on 9 Jan 1834 in Pike County, MO..3,796 He is reference number 22655. Parents: Joseph HOLLIDAY and Nancy R. MCCUNE.


Martha HOLLIDAY3 was born in 1787 in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.3 She died in 1803.3 She is reference number 22383. Parents: William HOLLIDAY and Martha PATTON.


Martha Ann HOLLIDAY3,796 was born on 20 Jul 1828.3,796 She died WFT Est 1829-1918.3,796 She is reference number 22653. Parents: Joseph HOLLIDAY and Nancy R. MCCUNE.


Mary HOLLIDAY3,713 was born WFT Est 1763-1783.3,713 She died WFT Est 1789-1867.3,713 She is reference number 66997.

Spouse: Isaac FARLOW. Isaac FARLOW and Mary HOLLIDAY were married WFT Est 1784-1817.3,713 Reference Number:1116069 Children were: Samuel FARLOW.


Mary HOLLIDAY3 was born before 1829 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 22410. Parents: Samuel HOLLIDAY and Elizabeth MARTIN.


Mary Sloan HOLLIDAY3,796 was born on 5 Jul 1823 in Pike County, MO..3,796 She died on 27 Oct 1851 in Monroe County, MO..3,796 She is reference number 22645. Parents: Joseph HOLLIDAY and Nancy R. MCCUNE.

Spouse: Daniel ATTERBURY. Daniel ATTERBURY and Mary Sloan HOLLIDAY were married on 2 Jul 1840 in Monroe County, MO..3,796 Reference Number:452365


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 She was born in Dec 1797 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.3,796 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,577 She died in 1824 in Harrison County, Kentucky.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,187 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,577 She was also known as Nancy Holiday.3,187 She is reference number 22242. [boyd-trees.ged]



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Spouse: Adam Rankin BOYD. Adam Rankin BOYD and Nancy HOLLIDAY were married on 29 Sep 1817 in Harrison County, Kentucky.3,567 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,577 Reference Number:446237
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Another source states different marriage place to be Cumberland, PA. Children were: Nancy R. BOYD, Erwin BOYD, William H. BOYD, Martha BOYD.

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