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Family Sheet

Name: Jediah Ashcraft Note Born: 1735 Married: 1765 Died: 1794 at Clifty Hollow, , Larue Co., KY Father: Daniel Ashcraft Mother: Elizabeth Lewis
Name: Nancy Friend Born: 1740 Died: 1829 [7] Other Spouses: Jacob Ashcraft Father: John Friend Jr. Mother: Elizabeth Banner
Name: Elizabeth Ashcraft Born: 1766 at PA, , , Died: Husband: Jonah Green
Name: Daniel Ashcraft Born: 13 Mar 1768 at PA, , , Died: 5 Jun 1849 at Richland Co., , , IL Wife: Sarah Dye
Name: Susanna Ashcraft Born: 1773 at PA, , , Died: Abt 1838 at Magnolia, , , KY Husband: John Walters
Name: Mary Ashcraft Born: 1775 Died: Husband: William Brownfield
Name: John W. Ashcraft Born: 25 Mar 1779 Died: 15 Jul 1845 at Larue Co., , , KY Wife: Nancy Wallace
Name: Nancy (agnes) Ashcraft Born: 1780 Died: Husband: Andrew Walters
Name: Eleanor (nellie) Ashcraft Born: 1782 Died: Husband: George Brownfield
Name: Jacob Ashcraft Born: 1785 Died: 28 Jul 1859 at Larue Co., , , KY Wife: Sarah Kennedy
7). Ashcraft McKee Family Tree
1). bonnie arnold s dodson gedcom.ged Killed by Indians and probably buried nearby the site is unknown, but was near Big Clifty Bridge, now in Grayson County, Kentucky. His will was probated 26 Aug 1794 in Hardin County, Kentucky. On 18 May 1775 at Ft. Dunmire, Augusta County, Virginia , Jediah was appointed by the court with Daniel Steel to oversee the building of a road from Shuttes Creek to Devors Ferry on the Monongahela. He participated in Gen. George Rogers Clark s expeditions against the Indians in 1782.


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