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My gggGrandfather David Lindsay signed the 1788 petition to build the
tobacco warehouse at Ruddle's Place. Later he had a farm on the old
Ammerman Place just NW of Cynthiana. He died in 1814 and my ggGrandfather
John Lindsay and David's second wife Agnes (Nancy) McNay were
administrators of his estate. John moved on to the Springfield, Illinois
area and was an early settler there.
I have posted a query on the Harrison County RootsWeb looking for David's
first wife, unknown to me. Would you give it a look and maybe tell some
knowledgeable person of this request?
Further, if there is something to be bought or read, I certainly appreciate
You folks have a piece of my roots, so take care to serve it well!
Bob Lindsay, Denver, Colorado
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