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John J. or Jefferson Garrard
Posted by: Terry Garrard (ID *****6090) Date: October 29, 2002 at 20:55:15
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Does anyone have a Jefferson Garrard or a John J. Garrard? I think they are the same person. I found the following on RootsWeb's Kenton County, Kentucky web site.

Jefferson Garrard died Kenton County May 1855, age 38 years.
Death Records, Kenton County, Kentucky 1855
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kykenton/deaths/1855/185502.html
This page contains a hotlink to an image of the original record.

John J. Garrard b 11/03/1824, d 1855, age 30 yrs, 6 mos and 17 dys.
Kenton County, Goshen Cemetery
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kykenton/goshen-cemetery.html
The name on this list is a hotlink to an image of the marker.

Martha L. Bagby married John J. Garrard, Book 2, Page 86
Independence Marriage Records, Kenton County, Kentucky 1840-1940, Page B01a
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kykenton/marriage/indep-idx/maridx-B01a.html
This page contains a hotlink to an image of the source index.

April 5 1855 Jefferson Garrard to Martha Bagby
Marriage Records, Kenton County, Kentucky 1855
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kykenton/marriage/185502.html
This page contains a hotlink to an image of the original record.

Jefferson Garrard, W, 33, M, Married, Teacher, born near Primes Cross Roads, State of Georgia, died at his residence May 26, 1855 of typhoid pneumonia.
1855 Kenton County Deaths
www,rootsweb.com/~kykenton/deaths/1855/deaths1855,txt

I am curious about this one. He was married one month and died the next. I had cousins many generations removed across the Ohio River in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1855, but my own line did not move to Kenton County until after 1900.


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