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Re: Ezra L. Foulks md Sarah A. Browder 1852 Logan Co., KY
Posted by: Marilyn Monson (ID *****4011) Date: November 07, 2002 at 16:02:04
In Reply to: Re: Ezra L. Foulks md Sarah A. Browder 1852 Logan Co., KY by Barbara McGee of 126

Barbara, check message #3 by Bob Erwin of this forum. That is the most information I have on this couple. Another source I have is "A History of Lewisburg and North Logan County, Kentucky", a publication of the Lewisburg/North Logan Historical Commission, 574 North Main, Lewisburg, Kentucky 42256. My relationship to the Foulks is only through the marriage of Sallie Marshall's sister Susan Askin Marshall who married my 4th great uncle George Richardson who was a Methodist Minister in Logan County and was close friends with the Foulks. George Richardson's mother was a Claywell and so I was interested in Sarah A. Browder's mother Sarah Claywell Browder. I would like to find out who her parents were.

I have a little bit more information on these lines if you want it. And, by the way, on the 1880 Federal Census for Hopkinsville, Christian, Kentucky the "Foulks" show up under Ezra L. Foulks and Sarah A. You can find the 1880 Census all indexed on Let me know if you want the more that I have. And can you help me out a bit? Marilyn Monson

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