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Re: looking for family info
Posted by: Gordon McGuffin Date: January 08, 2002 at 14:37:03
In Reply to: looking for family info by Jennifer Hoskinson of 586

Hi Jennifer:
Hilary married Florence Dutschke in about 1923 in KY.They had 7 children Edward Nov. 19, 1924, Catherine abt 1926, May Fern abt 1930, Beulah abt 1933, Oleta abt 1936, Raymond abt 1938, and Besssie Sept. 29, 1941. Looks like the last 4 were b in or around Constantine.
Hilary is the 7th of 8 children born to John McGuffin b Dec.11, 1868 in Hardin County and Elizabeth Skeeters b June 2, 1869. They were in Howes Valley in 1870 and Mecklinburg Place in 1880.
John is the 3rd child of 8 born to John M. McGuffin b April 17, 1839 in Kardin Co. and Nancy E. Skeeters b Jan 16, 1840. THey married about 1859 in Hardin Co.
John M. is the 1st child of 8 born to Pryor McGuffin b 1797 in PA, Penn. Co. ? and Susan Kasee b 1808 in KY. They were married April 23, 1836 in Hardin Co.
Pryor is the 1st child of 5 born to Samuel McGuffin b abt 1755 in Ireland prob. and Mary ??. Sam lived in VA for a while then moved to KY shortly after Mary died. He married again to Sarah Hurd abt 1809-10 and they had 12 children before Sam died in abt 1839.
If you want, or need more please contact me at <> I would also like to know what you can add to this tree re your roots i.e. where do we go from Hillary to you b, m, d's. Good luck


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