That would be wonderful if my Jacob was a brother to
George. My Jacob was born Sep 9, 1792 in Fayette
Co., Pa. Came down the Ohio River at age 7 
with his parents. They landed at Cabin Creek, near
Maysville and stayed there for a time and then ended up
in Bath Co. My cousin, Ella Doggett Goodpaster was
always led to believe that the Jacob Myers who claimed
all the land around there, was the father of our Jacob. I
just can't connect the two. Jacob named his first born
Lewis...............George had a son Lewis. I feel that the
George Myers family is related somehow but how?
Another thing, when Lewis Myers married Nancy Ann
Ralls, a George Myers was witness.........could have been
George Myers' [station] son? I'm rambling...hope this
makes sense. Yes, Kimball was able to get info for me
from Lucille Whaley Clark. Haven't been in touch since.
Her dau is Patricia Burton.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chuck Carter" <crcarter(a)shentel.net>
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 12:33 PM
Subject: Re: [KYNICHOL] Myers family, Nicholas Co. and beyond
Could your Jacob be a brother of Geo. Myers (1758)? I have a birth date
from somewhere of about 1782 for your Jacob, but he is doubtful as a son
of Geo as Geo and Margaret had a Jacob born about 1803. Jacob (1803)
married Priscilla Adair.
The 1880 census shows the intermarried families of Nelson Myers and John
Jacobs as neighbors in Bracken County, Ky. These families later wind
way to Nicholas Co. Kimball Booth, with whom I believe you are
is descended from these families. He is trying to connect the
branches with the Nicholas County tree.
P.S. Kimball and I are high school classmates.
> I have the George Myers info...am not researching it.
> My Myers is Jacob from Bath Co. He lived in Nicholas
> Co., at one time. My Jacob married Lucy Corbin their
> son, Lewis was my great grandfather and he married
> Nancy Ann Ralls. I can come forward with Jacob to
> the present time, just don't know who his parents were.
> Jane in Idaho
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