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Alexander Macdannald

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Re: Alexander McDannald

Posted: 17 Nov 2002 3:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: McDonnall, McCrocklin, Carrithers, All
Thanks so very much Susan. I agree ... I think it's the right connection. The 1850 US Census lists Sarah as age 55 and born in Kentucky. I knew she had to have been born after 1792 since her father gave permission to marry. This was a tough puzzle to put together since many of the censuses lists McDonald and other variations.

She is the youngest (at this point) of 7 children ... possibly 13, but I haven't found that to be correct. She had an older sister (Mary Polly McCrocklin-All) that settled in Vigo County. It also appears another sister (Nancy McCrocklin-Carrithers) settled in the area as well.

In the 1860 US Census, are all those children beginning with Benjamin from Squire? I assume Benjamin is 27? It appears Alexander's age is 60, but could that be 68 (has a very small 0)?

Are you aware of Marshall McDonnall (18 Sep 1788-20 May 1850) that lived in Nelson/Spencer County, Kentucky? He is buried in Little Union Baptist Church Cemetery. I wonder if that's Alexander's brother?

You can e-mail me at ChiefPMM@aol.com if you like.

Thanks again,
Mike
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
SMcDonnall 17 Nov 2002 6:08AM GMT 
Patrick McCro... 17 Nov 2002 2:02PM GMT 
SMcDonnall 17 Nov 2002 7:01PM GMT 
Patrick McCro... 17 Nov 2002 10:06PM GMT 
jcskelly1 2 Jan 2003 8:43PM GMT 
jcskelly1 2 Jan 2003 8:39PM GMT 
Patrick McCro... 3 Jan 2003 1:02AM GMT 
KimHicks46 22 Feb 2001 3:53AM GMT 
Patricia Spears 20 Jan 2002 5:17AM GMT 
D. Bea Price 23 Jan 2002 7:48PM GMT 
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