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Re: Tribby, Conaway, Planck, et al
Posted by: Byron Vaughn Date: August 20, 2001 at 12:00:22
In Reply to: Re: Tribby, Conaway, Planck, et al by Melissa of 781

Melissa:
I looked up all of the Tribby's from 1850,1860,and 1870. Looks like they came from Virginia, one of them said Pennsylvania.
I found a birth record for James W Tribby and Manerva Mers.
John M born May of 1857. I guess the M is for Mers or Myers. They were not in the 1860 or 1870 census. Looks like most of the Tribbys had left Kentucky by 1860.
My wife is a descendant of George Tarvin, so I had a little on the family of Jason Tribby.
I have a family group sheet on Jason if you want it. Also, all of the families from 1850.
A couple of them William T and Jason Jr listed there occupations as Coopers.
Byron


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