Posted By:Sandra Folden
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Subject:Attn: Descendants of Samuel Lusk and Susannah Stephenson
Post Date:December 23, 2002 at 12:59:39
Message URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/lusk/messages/1302.html
Forum:Lusk Family Genealogy Forum
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If you would like to join a My Family Site for the Descendants of Samuel Lusk and Susannah Stephenson, please email me and I will invite you.

Name:       Samuel LUSK Sr
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Birth:       abt 1750       Augusta County, VA
Death:       1792       Wythe County, VA (now Tazewell County)
Occupation:       farmer and Indian Scout
Father:       William LUSK
Mother:       Sarah QUINN
Marriage:       abt 1770       Augusta County, VA
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Spouse:       Susannah STEPHENSON
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Birth:       bet 1750-1755       Augusta County, VA
Death:       bet 1810-1819       Tazewell Co. VA
Father:       Adam STEPHENSON (1720-1790)
Mother:       Rebekah LNU (1720-1796)

Children:
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1 M:       William F. LUSK
Birth:       abt 1771       Augusta County, VA
Death:       1792       Wythe County, WV (now Tazewell County)
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2 M:       David LUSK
Birth:       abt 1773       Augusta County, VA
Death:       aft Feb 1833
Spouse:       Chloe BAILEY
Marriage:       1796       Tazewell Co. VA
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3 M:       Robert A. LUSK
Birth:       abt 1776       Montgomery Co, VA
Death:       1792       Wythe County, WV (now Tazewell County)
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4 M:       Samuel LUSK Jr
Birth:       abt 1778       Montgomery Co, VA
Death:       abt 1845       Carter County, KY
Spouse:       Sarah BAILEY
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5 M:       James R. LUSK
Birth:       abt 1780       Montgomery Co, VA
Death:       1792       Wythe County, WV (now Tazewell County)


Notes
The names of the sons killed with David Lusk during an Indian raid at their home, have not been proven. I choose to use names suggested by other researchers simply because I wanted the boys to have names. If anyone has proof of their names, please email me.