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A JAMES FAMILY IN AMERICA SINCE 1650
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Husband: Daniel Field (Rev.) JAMES
Born: 1795 at: Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co KY Married: 26 JUN 1816 at: Pulaski Co KY Died: 1 DEC 1871 at: Shopville, Pulaski Co KY Father:John M. (Rev.\Sen.\Judge) JAMES Mother:Clara "Clary" NALLE Other Spouses: Elizabeth PASCHAL Martha MOODY
Wife: Eleanor EVANS
Born: 1799 at: Died: BEF 1822 at: Pulaski Co KY Father:John H. \Sr.\ (Capt.) EVANS Mother:Elizabeth J. HUTCHINSON Other Spouses:
CHILDREN
Name: Mary Jane JAMES Born: 1816 at: Illinois Married: 5 MAR 1850 at: Pulaski Co KY Died: 1901 at: Moved to Mo Spouses: Michael KELLY
Name: Andrew Jackson "A.J." (Rep.\Sec'y\Judge) JAMES Born: 4 JUN 1817 at: Pulaski Co KY Married: 16 MAR 1841 at: Pulaski Co KY Died: 1883 at: Frankfort, Franklin Co KY. Spouses: Mary Allison BEATTY
Name: Elizabeth Vardiman JAMES Born: 1821 at: Pulaski Co KY Married: 19 JAN 1841 at: Shopville, Pulaski Co KY Died: BEF 1846 at: probably in Danville, Boyle Co KY Spouses: Joseph McAlister "Mack" JAMES
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