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Hi, I know this is not the answer to your question but I did find something
that you might
like to know if you do not already have this
Breckinridge County Records Volume IV by Michael L. and Bettie A. Cook
Records of Deed Book C (March 1 1810 to June 12, 1816)
Deed Book C, page 12, May 8, 1810, John Frank and Elizabeth his wife, to
Henry Otto of Washington County, Maryland (Elizabeth Frank was formerly
Elizabeth Otto), for $700.00 all their rights in the land which Mathias
Otto, the Elder, father of the said Elizabeth, died seized of, being land
adjoining the Potomac River near Fort Frederick in Washington County,
Maryland, being (1) part of a tract conveyed by John Cherry and Ralph Cherry
to Mathias Otto, 120 acres, (2) part of tract known as "Chance" conveyed by
Ralph Cherry to Mathias Otto, 32 acres (3) part of tract called "Chance
Lost" conveyed by David Ross and others in 1761, of 130 acres, and (4) about
30 acres, part of a tract called the "Resurvey" originally granted to Thomas
Cresap; also all rights of John and Elizabeth Frank as representatives of
Elizabeth's brother, Mathias Otto the younger deceased had at his death.
Recorded May 8, 1810
Augustine was not shown in the Guardian Books
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan" <iris2(a)famvid.com>
Sent: Monday, October 11, 2004 7:40 AM
Subject: [KYBRECKI] Augustine or Augustus Frank born abt 1831KY
> I am looking for the parents of AUGUSTINE FRANK or AUGUSTUS. The 1850
> census in Breckinridge County, Ky lists an Augusta, age 19, and a NANCY
> FRANK, age 40, living with JOSIAH SPENCER and his wife MAHALA FRANK.
> The 1860 Breckinridge County, Ky lists an AUGUSTINE FRANK, 29, farmer,
> RHODA 24 living alone.
> Was Augustus born out of wedlock to Nancy? I have a will for an ELIZABETH
> FRANK that leaves her belongings to her daughters ISABELLA and NANCY. She
> also states that after her death her property is to be given to NANCY but
> the care of JOSIAH SPENCER. She also states that ISABELL and MAHALA FRANK
> SPENCER shall receive the property after Nancy`s death. ELIZABETH died in
> 1838. So is this the same NANCY with AUGISTINE that is living with JOSIAH
> in 1850? So could she be his mother?
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I am looking for the parents of AUGUSTINE FRANK or AUGUSTUS. The 1850
census in Breckinridge County, Ky lists an Augusta, age 19, and a NANCY
FRANK, age 40, living with JOSIAH SPENCER and his wife MAHALA FRANK.
The 1860 Breckinridge County, Ky lists an AUGUSTINE FRANK, 29, farmer, and
RHODA 24 living alone.
Was Augustus born out of wedlock to Nancy? I have a will for an ELIZABETH
FRANK that leaves her belongings to her daughters ISABELLA and NANCY. She
also states that after her death her property is to be given to NANCY but in
the care of JOSIAH SPENCER. She also states that ISABELL and MAHALA FRANK
SPENCER shall receive the property after Nancy`s death. ELIZABETH died in
1838. So is this the same NANCY with AUGISTINE that is living with JOSIAH
in 1850? So could she be his mother?
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