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Re: Brumback, Richard & Andrew .. c. 1852
Posted by: Roger Brumback Date: June 05, 2000 at 17:00:03
In Reply to: Re: Brumback, Richard & Andrew .. c. 1852 by Edith S. Trombley of 212


I believe that the Andrew Jackson Brumback that you are looking for is the son of Willis H. Brumback, whose father was Peter Brumback that came to Kentucky from Virginia around the early 1800's. Peter was a Revolutionary Veteran. The 1850 Boone Co KY
census shows a Jackson as a son in the household and he would be about the right age for the Civil War. His full name was Peter Andrew Jackson Brumback and went by Jackson, probably because he had an uncle living nearby named Peter, who was also a son of the Peter that came from VA. Hope this helps.


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