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Re: James Harrod, First Settler in Kentucky
Posted by: Gerry Parchman (ID *****5421) Date: December 26, 2007 at 14:40:56
In Reply to: Re: James Harrod, First Settler in Kentucky by John Meyer of 946


You and I have recently had a private series of correspondence in which I pointed out that the James Harrod of KY and the James Herod of French Lick (Tennessee) cannot be the same person as many of your prior posts have claimed. Your find here about the origin of the James Herod of Tennessee is not new and has been posted on many other message boards for some years.

It would be helpful to cite the sources of your information copied from other people. The source citation at the bottom of your messages has no footnote connection with the informationa above, so it cannot be easily verified.

Your information about the James Harrod of Kentucky being the cousin of the James Herod/Herrod associated with the settlers of middle Tennessee would be a tremendous help if true. Where did you find this information, and is it proven by documentation? I've seen little to prove how the Tennessee James Herod is connected with Herods back
East, although many conflicting claims have been posted online.

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