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William Lusk early 1800's Wst Columbus
Posted by: Joe Doheny Date: December 09, 1998 at 05:48:29
  of 2000

I didn't have any followup responses to my queries on Jane Lusk, but found a little more information on the family from my records, and thought I would see if maybe this information might catch someone's eye. William Lusk was Jane Lusk's brother (I am descended of Jane Lusk (Garner). My records state that William Lusk taught first school in Franklinton (early name for west side of Columbus Ohio). My records say that they are Welsch, and their family came from Leeds England. My records state that Jane and William's mother was an Ingram from England. I'm assuming that maybe Ingram is a surname? It also says that the Lusks owned big mills in the city of Leeds.

Does anybody have any records to this family?
thanks in advance,


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