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Surnames included in second
Boone County family history book
June 27, 2007
Officials of the Boone County Historical & Railroad Society, Inc., busy with editing family stories to send to the publisher, have announced that space is still available for business, organization, school and church entries in the upcoming Boone County Family History Book, Volume II.
Book sales will also continue until printing has officially begun. All sales must be prepaid.
Family names which will be in the book include:
Abel
Acuff
Allen
Arnold
Austin
Awbrey
Bailey
Baker
Barham
Beaver
Beavers
Bell
Beller
Blevins
Boren
Boyd
Bradford
Branch
Breece
Brown
Bryan
Butler
Briney
Burnett
Campbell
Cantrell
Capps
Carlton
Carnahan
Cartwright
Casey
Cash
Clark
Collins
Conner
Cook
Cotton
Cox
Creamer
Crow
Cunningham
Davidson
Davis
Deakins
Dees
DeShields
Dickey
Dillingham
Disheroon
Dixon
Douglass
Duckworth
Duffey
Dunlap
Eastham
Edmonson
Ethridge
Fancher
Fenix
Flemings
Fleshman
Fowler
Frederick
Gardner
Garner
Gass
Gibson
Gilbert
Goans
Gossett
Grable
Green
Greene
Hancock
Hankins
Hicks
Hill
Holt
Honeycutt
House
Hunt
Jackson
Jamison
Jarrett
Johnson
Jones
Keeter
Keeton
Kilburn
Kirby
Leimberg
Lemley
Lewis
Little
Littleton
Lorance
Low
Lovelace
McCormick
McCullough
McElroy
Marshall
Martin
Massey
Mathis
Mattingly
Mefford
Merrill
Milek
Milum
Mitchell
Molder
Moon
Moore
Morrison
Nalley
Newman
Nichols
Norton
Oberley
Ogle
Olvey
Parker
Parrish
Patrick
Patton
Penquite
Perme
Pettit
Phillips
Plott
Pollock
Potter
Potts
Pruett
Ragan
Rand
Raney
Raynor
Redman
Reid
Reinders
Reynolds
Richardson
Riddle
Rife
Robinson
Rogers
Roomsburg
Rowe
Ruble
Schoborg
Selby
Shaddox
Shaw
Shipman
Smith
Sotuyo
Speak
Sprott
Staley
Stanley
Starkey
Stenger
Stone
Summers
Taylor
Tinsley
Tougaw
Turley
Turner
Turney
Vick
Vincent
Walker
Waters
Watts
Webb
Whitmore
Widner
Willis
Wilson
Wooddy
Woolley
Younes
Young
This incomplete list changes on a daily basis, and will continue to grow as others submit their family histories. A family history of 500 word and a photograph can be included in the book free of charge.
Contact the Boone County Historical & Railroad Society for more information.
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