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Re: Jean Pace/Thomas Nunn m. 1794 /Ingram Nunn
Posted by: Jack Pace Date: December 10, 2001 at 21:10:54
In Reply to: Re: Jean Pace/Thomas Nunn m. 1794 by Michael Harden of 5360

If Nunn is your line you should have "The Nunns of XVIIIth Century Virginia with rooster of 1300 decendants of the Henry County Clan. by O.Norris Smith, 202 W.Bessemer Ave. Greensbboro,NC. 27401. It reads that Ingram was 21 in Henry County in 1816 he paid taxon one horse and moved to Cumberland Co.Ky.His parents followed and died there. Ingram then moved toMacomb Illinois, followed a few years later by sons Thomas Westley and John Marshall Nunn.

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