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Poulter history in progress
Posted by: bob moore Date: February 15, 2000 at 19:57:30
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As I stated in another way in another posting, I am well along in writing a history of the family of Wm. Poulter of Culpeper Co., Va., whose four children all settled in Ky. in the late 18th century. A good many of these people in later generations moved on to other states, especially Illinois and Missouri, but also to Indiana and Ohio. I would like to have as complete as possible an account of the recent and living generations, so I would appreciate hearing from you.
William was a soldier in the French and Indian War and his son John (who m. Patsy Ransdell) was a veteran of the Revolution, present at the surrender of Cornwallis. The history will include quite a few interesting documents. I hope you will take action to be a part of it.
I should add that John's brother Wm. Jr. settled near Louisville, while John and his two sisters who married a Kelly and a Sims, all settled in Mercer Co., Ky.


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