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Question DetailsAsked on 9/30/2011

Seeking info on my McCracken ancestors in Kentucky

My 3rd Great Grandfather was Charles McCracken who was born ca. 1775. He died 1826 at Fleming County, Kentucky. He married ca, 1802 in Fleming County,Ky. He died 1826 at Fleming County,Ky. He had sons WILLIAM,ISAAC & JOSEPH & daughters CATHERINE & 3 or 4 more. I would like to find the name of CHARLES parents. In the 1810 census records CHARLES is listed on the same page as a JOHN McCRACKEN,but no other times. I don't know who this JOHN was but he could have been a brother. All info gladly recieved. Thank you, Clyde W. Downing

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Answered 9 years ago by Cas


Have you tried Family You can search for ancestors online at this site. I did a search for "Charles" and "Chas" "McCracken" spelled this way and also "McCrackin" "McCracklin" "McCrakin" and "McCrackan", as spelling was not always exact on early census records. (I'm a demographer by training.) You can also go to your local congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints that has a Family History library and order (free of charge) many other resources; including microfilm/microfiche copies of the actual records. I have a copy of my 3rd-great grandfather's immigration papers that I obtained through this source. It's a great resource for overseas records, e.g. foreign census records and even parish church records from the 16th century!

Answered 8 years ago by Tergiversada

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