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Re: Jacob Drennon who est. Drennon's Lick on the KY. River in 1773
Posted by: Kenneth Drennen (ID *****5424) Date: February 07, 2006 at 10:58:39
In Reply to: Jacob Drennon who est. Drennon's Lick on the KY. River in 1773 by tom black of 117

Jacob Drennen b. 1750, in region of Yohogania-Ohio County area, VA, later became Washington Co., PA. Killed by Indians near Boosboro, Kentucky on May 31, 1778. Served as an Indian Spy under George Rogers Clark. Drennon's Lick, KY named for Jacob. Married Martha Mills. Had daughter Catherine Drennen abt 1770. Jacob's parents were Walter Drennen and Susan Marlin.


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