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A sesqui-centennial history of Kentucky, a narrative historical edition ... preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages

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A sesqui-centennial history of Kentucky, a narrative historical edition ... preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages

A sesqui-centennial history of Kentucky, a narrative historical edition ... preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages

Source : Internet Archive

A sesqui-centennial history of Kentucky, a narrative historical edition ... preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages

A sesqui-centennial history of Kentucky, a narrative historical edition ... preserving the record of the growth and development of the commonwealth, and chronicling the genealogical and memorial records of its prominent families and personages

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MEYER


Page 186

Kentucky, and the former Marie Louise Meyer, also of Louisville. His mother was a daughter of Henry Meyer of Louisville,


Page 186

mother was a daughter of Henry Meyer of Louisville, Kentucky, who had migrated to this country from Germany when he


Page 429

Louis Bosse married Miss Estelle Meyer, a native of Louisville, who was reared in Evansville. Their home is at


Page 539

Melvin Meyer whose husband is a Lexington business man and Mrs. James Mong whose husband