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Lawrence BRASHER
Elizabeth BLACK
Husband:  Lawrence BRASHER
Birth:  bet. 1755-74
Death:  24 Sept 1847, Christian Co., KY 
Father:  Aquila BRASHER/BRAZIER, Sr.
Mother:  Mary __?__
Marriage:  ca. 1793, SC
Wife:  Elizabeth BLACK
Birth:  ca. 1744
Death:  10 feb 1855, Christian Co., KY
Father:  Hans BLACK
Morther:  Agnes? Ann? __?__
Children:
  1.  John Thompson BRASHER, b. 8 Oct 1793, SC; d. 3 Feb 1848, Christian Co., KY; m. 17 May 1825, Christian Co., KY, Elizabeth Susan WILLIAMS 
  2.  Nancy BRASHER, b. 22 Sep 1795 
  3.  Margaret BRASHER, b. 5 Jan 1798; m. Edward WOOLDRIDGE 
  4.  William T. BRASHER, b. 1806/7 
  5.  Elijah BRASHER, b. 28 Oct 1807; d. 23 Jul 1883, Christian Co., KY; m1. Elizabeth ALEXANDER; m2. Sarah "Sallie" LONG
  6.  Mary "Polly" BRASHER, b. 1806/7, SC; m. Charles ARMSTRONG
  7.  Sarah BRASHER, b. 13 Feb 1809; m. Enoch A. BROWN
  8.  Lawrence BRASHER, Jr., b. 1810; d. 1882; m. 16 Mar 1837, Christian Co., KY, Aleshy LINDLEY
  9.  Elizababeth BRASHER, m. Edward BOURLAND
10.  Hampton BRASHER, m1. Altezara WOODRUFF; m2. Mahala DUNCAN
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Kentucky, South Carolina

Sources:

1.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.  Vol. 41, Pedigree No. 303.

2.  Messages in the Brasher Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

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