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Re: William Bush (Capt. Billy) Rev. War Soldier - Grave - KY
Posted by: scottbush Date: June 13, 2001 at 14:19:50
In Reply to: Re: William Bush (Capt. Billy) Rev. War Soldier - Grave - KY by Joel N. Swink of 411

a complete list would be impossible as no known manifest is thought to exist that talled those who went - the best records are those who sold land in va before they left, aquired land in ky once there and best of all the records of providence church - you can count on most the same families from the losuia party plus many others among them - boone, bush, flanders, calloways, gess, hart, gentry, tood, milkim , and a slew of others - the 1773 trip was well documented as was the 1776 trip both to some degree but the best documentation is the oral tradtion our fathers learned from their fathers and so on . hope this helps a little - best wishes - scott bush


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