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Aubrey-Awbrey of Virginia and Kentucky

Walton L. Aubrey

Aubrey-Awbrey of Virginia and Kentucky

by Walton L. Aubrey

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Published by W.L. Aubrey in [Lexington, KY] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia,
  • Kentucky
    • Subjects:
    • Aubrey family.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.,
    • Kentucky -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Statement[compiled by Walton L. Aubrey].
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.A913 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination72 p. :
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2451751M
      LC Control Number87151932

      This book is an instructional manual on how to report property to the Kentucky State Treasury. This is a helpful tool to guide you through the reporting process. Unclaimed Property Holder For holders reporting securities, please be advised that delivery instructions have been updated in the Unclaimed Property Holder Book. BOOKS ABOUT THE PETER CLINE FAMILY Cline, Cecil L. Clines and Allied Families of the Tug River Region of Kentucky & West Virginia.. Gateway Press, MD (), in collaberation with Harry Dale Cline. This book is the most authoratative book on the Peter Cline family.

      Kentucky was the 15th U.S. state, admitted to the Union on June 1, , after the American Revolutionary War. Kentucky was initially neutral in the American Civil War, but joined the Union side after a Confederate invasion in The state remained under Union control for most of the war. Get this from a library! The Goode family of Virginia, Georgia, and Kentucky: a supplement to The genealogy and history of the Stewart family of Halifax County, Virginia, Caswell, and Person counties, North Carolina, Trigg County, Kentucky. [Martha Jane Stone] -- Richard Goode was born in England in about His parents were Richard Goode and Joan Downe.

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