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Re: Connors in Connorsville
Posted by: Ken LaMont Date: September 01, 2000 at 17:07:16
In Reply to: Connors in Connorsville by Carmen J. Bryant of 333

Connersville was named after its founder, John Conner, in the year 1813. John Conner was an Indian trader and settled at or near the site of Connersville prior to 1810.


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