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Re: Brinley in early Jefferson Co., KY
Posted by: Jody Thomson Date: April 13, 2000 at 07:57:41
In Reply to: Re: Brinley in early Jefferson Co., KY by Barbara Brinley Carter of 186


Thank you for your answer. I have Caty BRINLEY in the 1810 census for Jefferson County, Kentucky with "2 males under 10 yo; 2 males 10 - 15 yo; one female under 10 yo; one female 26 - 44 yo." Do you know who she was?

Do you have any idea where Henry DOUPS died and when? I'm not finding him in the early Jefferson County records. There was George DOUP who was 50 - 60 years old in 1830 (b. ca 1770 - 1780) who was probably a son of Henry & Catherine? There was also a Daniel DOUPS who was a decade younger than George.


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