Ellen Eslinger, "Migration and Kinship ont he Trans-Appalachian Frontier: Strode's Station, Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 62 (1988): 52-65

1988

Ellen Eslinger, "Migration and Kinship ont he Trans-Appalachian Frontier: Strode's Station, Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 62 (1988): 52-65

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Strode's Station was settled by kinsmen and neighbors from Berkeley County VA. Only ten of the 52 men associated with the station shared no kinship ties with other inhabitants. The same association was true about other stations: Martin's Station people were from Botetourt and Rockbridge counties, Isaac Ruddle's was composed of "several families [who came] with him from Virginia [citing LCD interview with John M. Ruddell, 22S41]. Ellen Eslinger, "Migration and Kinship ont he Trans-Appalachian Frontier: Strode's Station, Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 62 (1988):52-65.

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1988

Ellen Eslinger, "Migration and Kinship ont he Trans-Appalachian Frontier: Strode's Station, Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 62 (1988): 52-65

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At Strodes Station the wife of Jimmy Beathe, captured by Indians, and her widowed sister, with three children, were supported by the husband of a third sister. Ellen Eslinger, "Migration and Kinship ont he Trans-Appalachian Frontier: Strode's Station, Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 62 (1988):52-65.

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