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Fish/Kidwell Family Roots  http://users.adelphia.net/~jennfish/

(Contains research on family lines of Fish, Kidwell, Wolfe, Barnett, Brummett, Gadd, Dalton, Coffey, Hayes, Pruitt and associated families)

Jennifer Fish
http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=skidwell3 Sheila Kidwell

Harvey / Bailey Family Genealogy   http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=jcmosher_hb

(But I have an extensive (my opinion anyway) genealogy of the Madison Co., KY Harvey families. This site  would also include a lot of info on the Broaddus, Johns and Perkins families in/from Madison Co.)

John C. Mosher

 


 

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Please contact the individual at the email address provided if you have information to share with them!!

bullet Jennifer Fish - - familyroots@adelphia.net

I am researching my family history, surnames: Kidwell, Barnett, Brummett, Gadd, Stevens, Pruitt, Chaney, Fish, Wolfe, Dalton, Coffey and many more.

 

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Mary Hatton - - mahat@prodigy.net

I am researching the following families Thomas, Taylor, Garrett, Gentry, Edwards, Woodward and Portwood in both Estill Co. & Madison Co., Ky.

 

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Patricia Kaye Lynn - - pklynn40403@yahoo.com

I am looking for the Chasteen line. My ggm was Jannie Chasteen. Her father was William and mother was Susan Roberts. I am trying to confirm this info. Jannie was born 1882 or 1883. She married Joseph Lambert in 1888, I believe. I am trying to confirm her parents William and Susan Roberts, where they were born, their parents, etc. Jannie had bro's Bob Chasteen, John Henry, etc. I would appreciate any info I can get. What info I have is this; William's father was Jesse Chasteen, his father was Jesse Chasteen, his father was James Chasteen that was in the Revolutionary War. He died 1841 in Madison or Rockcastle (back then part of Rockcastle was Madison) James was married to Nancy Kennedy, They bought land at Brush Creek either in Rockcastle or Madison County. Can anyone help? I would also like information on Joseph Lambert's line. Thanks!!
 

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Linda R. Ashley - - linda.ashley@att.net

I have forty years' experience in genealogy. I have a degree in American history from Transylvania University and a Master's in Library Science-Special Collections from the University of Kentucky. I was assistant editor of Kentucky Ancestors Magazine for the Kentucky Historical Society for several years and most recently was Curator of the John Alden House Museum in Duxbury, Massachusetts, and Librarian at the General Society of Mayflower Descendants in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

I returned to Kentucky last July and am living in Richmond, Madison Co.

I do research in Madison, Rockcastle, Estill, Jackson and Garrard Counties, and will consider Fayette and Clark.

 

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Sandy Hensley Kuhn - - dkuhn@rnetinc.net

I am researching my family tree. My grandfather was Julius Hensley. His father was John E. Hensley and his mother was Jane Webb. Julius married Ettie Turner. I think her father was Steven (Stephen) Turner and I think he married a Martha Lake (Lakes). Also my gggrandfather was Hiram Bundren (Bondurant, Bundrant, Bundran, etc). He married a Mary E. Hayes. This is all I know. Other names I am working on are: Bundren (spelled many ways, Barmes, Turner, Lakes, Webb, Daniels, Watson, Sherrell, Cleary, Smith, Appleton, Teitsort, and Brewer just to name a few. Please contact me if you can help!

 

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Charlie Bassett - - Classbpeg@aol.com

I am trying to find some one in Madison County, to look up some information concerning some of my people, in the County Clerks Office. I have a list of the information, would like some ones name and address so that I may contact them to make arrangements for looking up the data. This goes back to the records of the 1840's. Please contact me if you are willing to help.

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