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Abraham AARON Sr. & Judith DILL




Husband Abraham AARON Sr.

       Born: 1732 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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       Died: Abt 1816 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia
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    Married: 1757 - Lancaster, Pennsylvania




Wife Judith DILL

        AKA: Judith AARON   
       Born: 1736 - Pittsylvania, Virginia
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Children
1 M Isaac AARON Sr.

       Born: 1776 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia
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       Died: Abt 1844 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia
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2 M Abraham E. AARON II

        AKA: Abraham ARNN Jr.   
       Born: 17 Mar 1759 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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       Died: 1840 - Glensfork, Adair County, Kentucky
     Buried:  - Taylor-Wesley Cemetery
     Spouse: Ellender "Nellie" PURDUE (      -      )
       Marr: 20 Sep 1802 - Virginia
     Spouse: Chloe PEARSON (living)



3 F Mary AARON

       Born: Abt 1760 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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4 M Moses AARON

       Born: Abt 1762 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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5 M George M. AARON Sr.

       Born: 1772 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia
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       Died: 11 Jul 1855 - Henry County, Tennessee
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6 F Susannah M. AARON

       Born: 28 Mar 1779 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia
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       Died: Bef 15 Oct 1858
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Husband's General Notes

From the FTM Files of Ruth A. Collins: "Abraham Aaron, Sr. was also known as Abraham Aron and Abraham Arnn. Research is leaning toward, but not proven, the probability that our Abraham Aron/Arnn/Aaron, was Jewish.

"There is one known case of shunning. Family tradition is that when Margaret R. Blair married Abihu Aaron, a descendant of Abraham Aaron I, her family shunned her because she married a Jew. That combined with family reports that Abraham I was Dutch and several his descendants were named after Jewish High Priests, raised the question of whether Abraham Aaron I was Jewish.

"'2.2 The Austrian Netherlands, 1713-1794

'Five years after the Peace of Utrecht (1713) had given the Southern Netherlands to the Austrian emperor Charles VI (1711-1740), heir to the Spanish kings, he imposed Toleranzgeld upon the Jews, which meant that only the privileged Jews who could pay the tax were allowed to stay in the city. But the tax increased every year, and other limitations were added: the Jewish citizens were allowed, for instance, to have Jewish servants, but these could not bring their wife nor children and only the oldest son was allowed to marry. This policy aimed at decreasing the number of Jews in the cities, and the Jewish community in Antwerp remained small and of minor importance in public opinion. The authorities had almost forgotten about the Jewish presence in Antwerp, till in 1715 ABRAHAM ARON became poorter (burgher) of Antwerp, a privilege for Christians only. Soon a few more Jews became poorter which was in fact a first form of civil rights for the Jews. But the Austrian Provincial Governor was not very pleased with this incident and enquired the city about their motives. In an answer to the Governor (November 16, 1729), the city said that there were only five or six Jewish families in Antwerp, but that they were very prominent in the lace, tobacco and diamond trade. Furthermore, that they were peaceful and very loyal to the government. The city added that they would like to see more Jews come to Antwerp because they were 'the core of the trade.' But still the Archduchess Maria-Elisabeth (1724-1741) was not satisfied with the answer. Because of all these limitations and taxes, Antwerp had become less attractive for Jewish tradesmen so that only two or three Jews remained in the city in 1737. The Toleranz-patent (1782) of Emperor Joseph II (1780-1790) meant a liberalization of the laws and the definite breakthrough of the Enlightenment which put an end to the discussion about the poorters-incident. [EMPHASIS ADDED] ]Source: http//peger17.uia.ac.be/JEWS.html]'

"Various researchers report that Abraham Aaron, I was married at least twice. No record has been found naming his wives. According to Virkus' Compendium, Abraham, Sr. married Judith Dill about 1757. This has been highly questioned by researchers. One of his descendants thought Abraham, Sr.'s wife was a Philpott.

"Abraham, Sr. and his family lived in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, before moving to Virginia.

"In 1771/72 Abraham, Sr. moved to Pittsylvania County, Virginia, where he purchased a large tract of land on the Sandy River near Franklin County.

"On 27 May 1772, Abraham Ernn (sic) purchased 210 acres on Aaron's Creek, a branch of Turkey Crock Creek for 50 pounds. 'Delivered to A. Aron' is written on the margin of the deed. This land was purchased from George Jefferson who was a first cousin of Thomas Jefferson.

"On 20 Jul 1779 George Ernn (sic) and Christina Soddiany gave Harmon Cook power of attorney; Abraham Ernn (sic) was named as a witness. A Daniel Aron/Aaron/Arrand also lived nearby in 1789. Possibly George and Daniel were brothers of Abraham Aaron, Sr.

"During the Revolutionary War, Abraham Aaron, Sr. furnished supplies for the Virginia Militia. On 17 Oct 1778, he furnished beef for the Pittsylvania County militia. On other occasions, he provided bacon, forrage, brandy, and he shot two horses. He also repaired guns for the use of state troops. Abraham, Sr. subscribed to the Oath of Allegiance before Capt. Daniel Hankins in Pittsylvania County, Virginia on 6 Sep 1777. He was also a member of the Grand Jury of Pittsylvania County for several terms during the Revolutionary War.

"An Act was passed by the Virginia Legislature in 1779 which encouraged settlers by offering "waste and unappropriated lands" for sale at nominal prices. Abraham Aaron, Sr. patented four tracts of land from the State of Virginia pursuant to the act which offered land for 40 pounds for every 100 acres: (1) 320 acres which was surveyed on 29 Oct 1782. The deed was signed in Richmond, Virginia on 1 Jun 1784 by Gov. Benjamin Harrison (Gov. Harrison was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence); (2) 96 acres which was issued on 10 Feb 1783; (3) 400 acres, warrant no. 10,635 issued 5 Jan 1782; (4) 220 acres surveyed 9 Apr 1802, and signed 10 Jun 1802 by Gov. James Monroe who later became a President of the United States of America.

"The census of 1790 reported that Abraham, Sr. was the head of household where ten individuals resided and that he owned one dwelling and three other buildings."

Michael Spainhour's files indicate that the date of death was 1818.

Shelley McCain Dillard's FTM files show the date of birth to be 1734 and date of death to be about December 26, 1818.


General Notes for Child Isaac AARON Sr.

Elisha Walker consented to the marriage of Isaac Aaron, Sr. and Polly Walker.

Zachariah Fuller consented to the marriage of Isaac Aaron, Sr. and Elizabeth Fuller.

Michael Spainhour's files show the date of birth to be 1777.

From Michael Spainhour's Files: "From Marriage Bonds and Minister Returns, Pittsylvania County, Va.

7 February 1797 Issac Aaron and Polley Walker daughter of Elisha Walker who consents.

FTM files show the date of birth to be about 1777.


General Notes for Child George M. AARON Sr.

About 1830, George Aaron, Sr. moved to Henry County, Tennessee. On March 15, 1830, George was living in Henry County.

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Abraham AARON IV & Lucy Ann STAPP




Husband Abraham AARON IV

        AKA: Abraham AARONS Jr.   
       Born: 8 Apr 1835 - Greene County, Tennessee
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       Died: 2 Feb 1902
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     Father: Abraham AARON III (1803-1878)
     Mother: Senea Sabina RAGAN (      -      )


    Married: 31 Jan 1861 - Russell County, Kentucky




Wife Lucy Ann STAPP

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     Father: Wyatt STAPP
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Abraham AARON III & Elizabeth WILSON




Husband Abraham AARON III

       Born: 29 Dec 1803 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia
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       Died: 20 Dec 1878 - Russell County, Kentucky
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     Father: Abraham E. AARON II (1759-1840)
     Mother: Ellender "Nellie" PURDUE (      -      )


    Married: 

Other Spouse: Senea Sabina RAGAN (      -      ) - 1829




Wife Elizabeth WILSON

        AKA: Elizabeth AARON   
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Abraham AARON III & Senea Sabina RAGAN




Husband Abraham AARON III

       Born: 29 Dec 1803 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia
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       Died: 20 Dec 1878 - Russell County, Kentucky
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     Father: Abraham E. AARON II (1759-1840)
     Mother: Ellender "Nellie" PURDUE (      -      )


    Married: 1829

Other Spouse: Elizabeth WILSON (      -      )




Wife Senea Sabina RAGAN

        AKA: Senea Sabina AARON   
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       Died: Unknown
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Children
1 M Thomas AARON

       Born: 22 Jun 1830 - Greene County, Tennessee
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       Died: 23 Apr 1919 - Kentucky
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     Spouse: Oney Emily SPARKS (1831-1867)
       Marr: Bef 1853
     Spouse: Elizabeth COLLINS (      -      )
       Marr: Abt 1869



2 M Abraham AARON IV

        AKA: Abraham AARONS Jr.   
       Born: 8 Apr 1835 - Greene County, Tennessee
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       Died: 2 Feb 1902
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     Spouse: Lucy Ann STAPP (      -      )
       Marr: 31 Jan 1861 - Russell County, Kentucky



3 F Narcissa AARON

        AKA: Narcissa LAWLESS   
       Born: Abt 1839
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     Spouse: Christopher LAWLESS (      -      )



4 F Catharine AARON

       Born: Abt 1843 - Greene County, Tennessee
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5 M Phillip E. AARON

       Born: Abt 1843
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6 F Eliza Jane AARON

       Born: Abt 1844
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       Died: Unknown
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7 F Louisa AARON

       Born: Abt 1849
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8 M James AARON (details suppressed for this living person)

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     Spouse: Matilda C. AARON (1837-1914)
       Marr: 19 Jul 1857




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Abraham E. AARON II & Ellender "Nellie" PURDUE




Husband Abraham E. AARON II

        AKA: Abraham ARNN Jr.   
       Born: 17 Mar 1759 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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       Died: 1840 - Glensfork, Adair County, Kentucky
     Buried:  - Taylor-Wesley Cemetery


     Father: Abraham AARON Sr. (1732-Abt 1816)
     Mother: Judith DILL (1736-      )


    Married: 20 Sep 1802 - Virginia

Other Spouse: Chloe PEARSON

Noted events in his life were:

Military: Revolutionary War, North Carolina. Abraham, Jr. enlisted and served six months as a private in Capt. William Witcher's Virginia Company and Lieut. Joseph Williams (Pension Record). They marched to Salisbury, North Carolina, where they joined Gen. Mason's brigade or division. Then, they marched to Camden. In his application for pension, Abraham, Jr. declared that he fought in the Battle of Stono, a 'severe engagement'." He was probably referring to a fight near the Stono River Bridge in Charleston, South Carolina which occurred on 20 Jun 1779.

He filed a pension application. "Application for Pension; 29 Nov 1832, Adair County, KY

"'Abraham (X) Aarons, aged 73 on 17 Aug last (sic) of said county, declares he entered service as a drafted militiaman in Pittsylvania County in March 1780 under Capt. William Witcher and Lieut. Joseph Williams. He marched to Salisbury, NC, for a few weeks and joined Gen. Mason's brigade or division, then to Camden and to Stono where he was in battle. He was discharged at Camden. He was born in Lancaster Co., PA, 17 March 1759 (sic) and when he was twelve his father mvoed to Pittsylvania Co., VA. Long after the war he moved to Bautlertaut (botetourt) Co., VA, and in 1916 to Greene Co, TN. In 1824 he moved to Adair Co., KY. Abraham Aarons of Adair Co, KY, private in Company of Capt Witcher in Regt of Col Mason in Virginia Line for six months, was placed on the Kentucky pension roll at $40 per annum under Act of 1832. Certificate 3434 was issued 12 April 1833. Pension was changed to $20 per annum as of 1 June 1835.'

"William Bradshaw and Thomas Spark, witnesses (Certificate No. 7434 issued 12 Apr 1833).




Wife Ellender "Nellie" PURDUE

        AKA: Nellie AARON   , Ellender "Nellie" AARON   
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Children
1 F Susannah AARON

        AKA: Susannah ENNIS   
       Born: 14 Feb 1809 - Adair County, Kentucky
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       Died: 1868 - Washington County, Arkansas
     Buried:  - Elm Springs Cemetery
     Spouse: John Riley ENNIS (1809-1863)
       Marr: 10 Dec 1829 - Adair County, Kentucky



2 M George AARON

       Born: 1812 - Virginia
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       Died: 1881 - Glensfork, Russell County, Kentucky
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     Spouse: Elizabeth ENNIS (1813-1897)
       Marr: 11 Oct 1831 - Adair County, Kentucky



3 M Thomas AARON

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4 M Isaac AARON

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5 M Killian AARON

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6 M Daniel AARON (details suppressed for this living person)

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     Spouse: Anna "Annie" COLLINS (living)
     Spouse: Rachel Sarah MURRAY (living)



7 M Abraham AARON III

       Born: 29 Dec 1803 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia
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       Died: 20 Dec 1878 - Russell County, Kentucky
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     Spouse: Elizabeth WILSON (      -      )
     Spouse: Senea Sabina RAGAN (      -      )
       Marr: 1829




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Abraham E. AARON II & Chloe PEARSON




Husband Abraham E. AARON II

        AKA: Abraham ARNN Jr.
       Born: 17 Mar 1759 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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       Died: 1840 - Glensfork, Adair County, Kentucky
     Buried:  - Taylor-Wesley Cemetery


     Father: Abraham AARON Sr. (1732-Abt 1816)
     Mother: Judith DILL (1736-      )


    Married: 

Other Spouse: Ellender "Nellie" PURDUE (      -      ) - 20 Sep 1802 - Virginia

Noted events in his life were:

Military: Revolutionary War, North Carolina. Abraham, Jr. enlisted and served six months as a private in Capt. William Witcher's Virginia Company and Lieut. Joseph Williams (Pension Record). They marched to Salisbury, North Carolina, where they joined Gen. Mason's brigade or division. Then, they marched to Camden. In his application for pension, Abraham, Jr. declared that he fought in the Battle of Stono, a 'severe engagement'." He was probably referring to a fight near the Stono River Bridge in Charleston, South Carolina which occurred on 20 Jun 1779.

He filed a pension application. "Application for Pension; 29 Nov 1832, Adair County, KY

"'Abraham (X) Aarons, aged 73 on 17 Aug last (sic) of said county, declares he entered service as a drafted militiaman in Pittsylvania County in March 1780 under Capt. William Witcher and Lieut. Joseph Williams. He marched to Salisbury, NC, for a few weeks and joined Gen. Mason's brigade or division, then to Camden and to Stono where he was in battle. He was discharged at Camden. He was born in Lancaster Co., PA, 17 March 1759 (sic) and when he was twelve his father mvoed to Pittsylvania Co., VA. Long after the war he moved to Bautlertaut (botetourt) Co., VA, and in 1916 to Greene Co, TN. In 1824 he moved to Adair Co., KY. Abraham Aarons of Adair Co, KY, private in Company of Capt Witcher in Regt of Col Mason in Virginia Line for six months, was placed on the Kentucky pension roll at $40 per annum under Act of 1832. Certificate 3434 was issued 12 April 1833. Pension was changed to $20 per annum as of 1 June 1835.'

"William Bradshaw and Thomas Spark, witnesses (Certificate No. 7434 issued 12 Apr 1833).




Wife Chloe PEARSON (details suppressed for this living person)

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Addison Robert AARON & Virginia Evaline KEEN




Husband Addison Robert AARON

       Born: 18 Dec 1856 - Adair County, Kentucky
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       Died: 11 Feb 1916 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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     Father: George AARON (1812-1881)
     Mother: Elizabeth ENNIS (1813-1897)


    Married: 3 Jan 1878 - Adair County, Kentucky




Wife Virginia Evaline KEEN

        AKA: Virginia Evaline AARON   
       Born: Oct 1857 - Kentucky
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       Died: 14 Mar 1930 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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Children
1 F Antha E. AARON

       Born: Nov 1882 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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       Died: 14 May 1944 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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2 M James Addison AARON

       Born: Feb 1887 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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       Died: 14 Mar 1976 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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     Spouse: Jessie M. HANCOCK (      -      )
       Marr: 1915



3 F Susan E. AARON

       Born: Feb 1890 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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4 M Alexender M. AARON

       Born: Mar 1892 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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       Died: 13 May 1966 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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     Spouse: Pearl WOLFE (      -      )
       Marr: 1913



5 M William A. AARON

       Born: Aug 1898 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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       Died: 2 Jan 1976 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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     Spouse: Minnie HOPKINS (      -      )
       Marr: 1913




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Alexender M. AARON & Pearl WOLFE




Husband Alexender M. AARON

       Born: Mar 1892 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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       Died: 13 May 1966 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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     Father: Addison Robert AARON (1856-1916)
     Mother: Virginia Evaline KEEN (1857-1930)


    Married: 1913




Wife Pearl WOLFE

        AKA: Pearl AARON   
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Children
1 F Ruby Eveline AARON (details suppressed for this living person)

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2 M Addison Robert AARON

       Born: 27 Aug 1916 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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       Died: 2 Nov 1923 - Clinton County, Kentucky
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3 M Charlie AARON (details suppressed for this living person)

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4 M Harvey AARON (details suppressed for this living person)

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5 M Alexander AARON (details suppressed for this living person)

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6 U Jackie O. AARON (details suppressed for this living person)

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Uriah Lafayette ANTLE & Amanda R. AARON




Husband Uriah Lafayette ANTLE

       Born: 1871 - Adair County, Kentucky
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       Died: 27 Feb 1943 - Jefferson County, Kentucky
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    Married: 24 Jan 1895 - Adair County, Kentucky




Wife Amanda R. AARON

        AKA: Amanda R. ANTLE   
       Born: 11 Oct 1869 - Adair County, Kentucky
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       Died: 11 Mar 1940 - Glensfork, Russell County, Kentucky
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     Father: George Alford Caldwell AARON (1847-1884)
     Mother: Mary Ellen COLLINS (1847-1915)





Children
1 M Prentice Paul ANTLE

       Born: 24 Oct 1895 - Adair County, Kentucky
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       Died: 18 Jan 1970 - Kentucky
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2 F Mamie Pearl ANTLE

        AKA: Mamie Pearl BRYANT   
       Born: 10 Jun 1897 - Adair County, Kentucky
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       Died: 7 Jun 1982 - Adair County, Kentucky
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     Spouse: Guy Leslie BRYANT (      -      )



3 M William Bert ANTLE

       Born: 24 Apr 1899 - Adair County, Kentucky
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       Died: 24 Dec 1968 - Adair County, Kentucky
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4 M Pier M. ANTLE

       Born: 1901 - Adair County, Kentucky
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5 M Lewis M. ANTLE (details suppressed for this living person)

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6 M George H. ANTLE (details suppressed for this living person)

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7 M Joe B. ANTLE (details suppressed for this living person)

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