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  1. Jeremiah CLAUNCH: Birth: BEF 1752. Death: AFT 1809


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a. Note:   GLANCE, JEREMIAH CLAUNCH) AND DENNIS CLONCH (SON OF JEREMIAH CLONCH)
  Earliest records seen below may be for Hieronymus Glantz and/or son Jeremiah Claunch:
  1755 License Jeremiah Claunch granted license for "ordinary" in Lunenburg Co., VA. [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1755 "On the motion of Jeremiah Claunch, License is granted to him to keep an ordinary in this County, he giving Security. Whereupon he together with Benjamin Clark, his security, entered into and acknowledged their Bond according to law for that purpose. (An "ordinary" is a store or a tavern.) [Source: "Lunenburg County, Virginia - April Court, 1755; Order Book No . 3, page 304]
  1756 Jeremiah Clanch, Assignee of James Coleman, vs. William Chandler Clanch awarded 8 pounds, 10 shillings. [Source: Lunenburg County, Virginia - Feb. Court, 1756; Order Book No. 4 , page 106]
  1756 Land Jeremiah Claunch, 200 acres in Lunenburg Co. on the head branches of the South Fork of Allens Creek, up Claunch's branch; adjoining his own lines, Blackwilder, Phifer, and Decker; 16 Aug. 1756, Patent Book 34, page 81, œ1.15. [Source: Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume VI, 1749-1762]
  Land Office Grants Claunch, Jeremiah. grantee. Land grant 16 August 1756. Location: Lunenburg County. Description: 200 acres on the head branches of the South fork of Allens Creek adjoining his own lines &c. Source: Land Office Patents No. 34, 1756-1765, p. 81 (Reel 33-34). Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774. (in file)
  1757 License Jeremiah Claunch awarded renewal of "ordinary" license in Lunenburg Co., VA. [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes] Renewal of ordinary license by Jeremiah Claunch. Pinkethon Hawkins, his security. [Source: Lunenburg County, Virginia - Sept. Court, 1757; Order Book No. 4 , page 379]
  1758 Land Jeremiah and Margaret Claunch of Parish of Cumberton, Lunenburg Co., VA, sell Thomas Moore 554 acres on South Fork of Allen's Creek (354 acres by patent dated 6 June 1744 and 200 acres by patent to Jeremiah Claunch 16 August 1756; DB 6, pp. 237-239) [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes] Deed from J. Claunch to Thos. Moore acknowledged. Jeremiah Claunch to Thomas Moore: 555 Acres on South Fork of Allen Creek - adjoining Blackwelder, Decker and Hill. Consideration; 200 lbs. Margaret, wife of Jeremiah, released dower. Wit: John Potter, Wm. Robison, Robert Bradlove. (Note: A marriage between Jeremiah and anyone named Margaret has not been found.) [Source: Lunenburg County, Virginia - June Court, 1758; Order Book No. 5 , page 88 & Deed Book No. 5. page 237 Instrument dated June 6, 1 758 - Recorded July 6, 1758]
  1759 Lunenburg Co, VA Will Book 1, Page 292. Account Current of the estate of Jos. Crenshaw, deceased. Debits. Includes payment of: William Crenshaw's legacy; Robert Langley, Merchant; David Garland; John Potter; John Bracy; Francis Bracy; Jeremia Claunch; John May; Fr's Wagstaff for ferriages; James Mitchel for ditto; Charles Cook; C. Read for tobacco; Thomas Anderson; Zach. Baker; Gideon Crenshaw's legacy; Jos. Crenshaw's legacy; Micajah Crenshaw's legacy; Hanah Bartman's legacy; Vallentine Mullins for selling the estate; returning the Works of Peace Land; Henry Parkman; Elisha Brooks; Hanah Satterwhite for weaving; Abner Nash for advice on the Will; Thomas Anderson for rum at the funeral; John Humphries; Maj'r Tabb; a bed etc delivered Robert Duk as a legacy; a bed etc delivered Hanah Parkman as a legacy; ditto delivered to Micajah Crenshaw as a ditto. Total: Ð 46.10.4. Credits. Includes 1 Negro man, cash in Richd Wilson's hands, cash recd of John Noory, ditto of Richd Wilkins, ditto of Aony Erskine, ditto of Thos. Akin, ditto of ColoErby. Total: Ð 79.6.6u. We have examined the accts of Thos. and Gideon Crenshaw, executors of Joseph Crenshaw, deceased, and do find a balance in the executors' hands of Ð 27.5.11. Certified [blank month and day], 1759 - Richd Witton, Jos Williams.Recorded Feb 5, 1760. [Source: Tony Cox, Data Abstracts of the Virginia Duke(s) Families by Joe Lineberger, online http://genealogy.ztlcox.com/~xcc2all/vaduke/jlvadata.html, accessed 6 July 2013]
  1759 Debtee (creditor) J. Claunch in Lunenburg Co., VA court collecting debt [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes] J. Claunch awarded 1 lb. & 15 shillings from Daniel Goses. J. Claunch awarded 2 lb. & 15 shillings from Howel Burton. [Source: Lunenburg County, Virginia - June Court, 1759; Order Book No. 6 , page 3]
  1760 Debtee (creditor) J. Claunch in Lunenburg Co., VA court collecting debt [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes] J. Claunch awarded 2 lb. & 3 shillings from Samuel Phelps. [Source: Lunenburg County, Virginia - May Court, 1760; Order Book No. 6 p age 101]
  1764 Judgment J. Claunch awarded judgment against Thomas Moore in Lunenburg Co., VA (this appears to be the same man who sold land to Thomas Moore in 1758). [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1764 J. Claunch awarded judgement in amount of 100 lbs. against Thomas Moore and Joseph Rudd. Note: This may have ben in connection with the land purchased by Moore, from J. Claunch, in 1758. [Source: Lunenburg County, Virginia - 1764; Order Book No. 10, page 26]
  1765-1768 The following land surveys were conducted, possibly after his death and for the purpose of division of property for the heirs: 1765: Survey of 400 acres on Buffaloe Creek in western part of original Brunswick Co., VA for Jeremiah Claunch. This land probably in Henry Co., VA. 1766: Survey of 400 acres on Crack Creek where the New River passes it for Jeremiah Clounch. 1766: Survey of 400 acres on South Fork of Goblin Town Creek for Jeremiah Clounch. 1768: Survey of 400 acres at a branch called Claunches Branch near Richard Adamses line for Jeremian Claunch [Source: M. L. "Matt" Claunch/ Ralph L. Hayes]
  1767 Tithes Jeremiah Claimck, Jun. listed on Pittsylvania Co. tithes list taken by Peter Copland 17 July 1767. [Source: Internet, need to check URL]
  1768 Levies Jeremiah Claunch (unknown if this is father or son) was exempted from payment of levies in Pittsylvania Co., VA (Pittsylvania Co. was formed from Lunenburg and Halifax Counties in 1767.)
  1769 Survey Survey of 400 acres for Jerrm. Claunch adj his own East line and mention of Claunches line in Virginia land records of Pittsylvania Co and Henry Co. (not sure where the survey was conducted) [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1770 Court Jeremiah Claunch vs Isaac Barnett in Pittsylvania Co., VA court [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1771 Court Jeremiah Claunch vs Isaac Barnett in Pittsylvania Co., VA court [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1774 Advertisement Jeremiah Clonch advertises stray horse in Fincastle Co., VA [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1775 Survey Jeremiah Clonch had a survey of 80 acres in Fincastle Co., VA (now Montgomery Co., VA) on both sides of Chestnut Creek branch of New River. [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1776 "A man named William Riddle was the second of four assignees to Jeremiah Clonch, who settled 400 acres in 1776 on the west side of Chestnut Creek, off the New River, in the southern part of Montgomery County (now Carroll County, Virginia, formed in 1842). There were four Ruddick men (sometimes mistaken for "Riddle" in old documents) who owned land on Chestnut Creek - William, William Jr., Solomon and John, but they were definitely Quakers.16 These Quaker men were not associated with William Riddle in any records. Jeremiah Clonch, however, was loyal to the British Crown during the Revolutionary War,17 and moved to new locations with members of the Riddle family. I suspect that this William Riddle is, in fact, our ancestor, and that he may have obtained this assignment of land for his service in Lord Dunmore's War." [Source: Mary E.V. Hill, "William Riddle 1740 - 1781" from the Riddle Newsletter; online http://jimsgenealogy.net/riddle/vol4is1.html; her sources: 1. Kegley, Mary B. and F.B. Kegley, "Early Adventurers On the Western Waters: The New River of Virginia in Pioneer Days 1745-1800", (Orange, Va. : Green Publishers, 1980), vol. II p.106 2. Hanneman, John W., The Ruddick Family in America, (Oakland, Calif. : J.W. Hanneman, 1993), pp. 12-17. 3. Lyman C. Draper, "Draper Manuscripts", 5QQ70]
  1777 Oath of Allegiance Jeremiah Cloynch appears on Oath of Allegiance to Commonwealth of Virginia in Montgomery County, Virginia 30 Sep Jeremiah Cloynch in Montgomery County, Virginia militia in Capt. Cox's Company (indexed by Elizabeth Petty Bentley, Virginia Military Records from the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, The William and Mary Quarterly and Tyler's Quarterly (Baltimore: Gen Pub Co., 1983)) 5 Dec Jeremiah Cloynch listed in Montgomery Co., VA (Judge C.W. Crush, Montgomery Co., Virginia The First 100 Years, p 48) [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1777 "To Clerk of Montgomery County (Va.) We whose names are hereunto subscribed do swear of affirm that we renounce and refuse all allegiance to George third King of Great Britain, his heirs and successors, and that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia as a free and independent State, and that I not at any time do or cause to be done any matter or thing that will be prejudicial or injurious to the freedom and independence thereof, as declared thereof by Congress; and also that I will discover and make known to someone Justice of the Pease for the State all treasons or traitorous conspiracies which I now or hereafter shall know to be formed against this or any of the United States of America. Capt. Cox's Company 1777 Sept. 30 (There are some 50-75 names signed - among which is: Jeremiah Cloynch) [Source: Virginia Military Records, Genealogical Pub. County, Inc., page 211; also Mary K. Kegley,"Militia of Montgomery County , VA; 1777-1790, page 51]
  1778 Tax Rolls Jeremiah Claunch and Jeremiah Claunch Jr. are on tax rolls of Henry County, Virginia. [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1778 Tax List Jeremiah Claunch and Jeremiah Claunch Jr. are on tax rolls in Henry County, Virginia [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1779 Court 1779 8 Sep Jeremiah Clonch before court in Montgomery County, Virginia, on suspicion of being inimicable (hostile) to the government of Virginia, acquited (Lewis Preston Summers, Annals of Southwest Virginia 1769-1800, Vol I (Baltimore, Gen Pub Co., 1970), p 724) [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes]
  1779 Montgomery County, Virginia At a Court cond. and held for Montgomery September 1779 - David Fulton, Jeremiah Clonch, Isaac Winfrey, John Cook, Samuel Cox and Peter Clove, being brought before the Court on suspicion of being inimical to the Government of the State, and after being heard in their own defense the Court were of opinion that they go hence acquitted.
  1780 Court Claunch vs Read in Henry County, Virginia 1 Feb - Jeremiah Clonch's land mentioned in land transaction on Goblingtown Creek, Pittsylvania County, Virginia (Land Office Grants C 1780-1811, p 120) 1 Sep - Claunch's land mentioned on Goblingtown Creek in Pittsylvania County, Virginia per Land Office Grant D 1780-1781 (v 1 & 2, p 1-930), p 171, reel 45 [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes] Note: Images of land deeds in Clonch file.
  Land Office Grants Ingram, James. grantee. Land grant 1 September 1780. Location: Pittsylvania County. Description: 289 acres on the waters of Goblingtown Creek adjoining land of Claunch, and Foley. Source: Land Office Grants D, 1780-1781 (v.1 & 2 p.1-930), p. 171 (Reel 45). Part of the index to the recorded copies of grants issued by the Virginia Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
  Land Office Grants Bays, Peter. grantee. Land grant 1 February 1781. Location: Pittsylvania County. Description: 50 acres on Goblingtown Creek adjoining Jeremiah Claunch's land. Source: Land Office Grants C, 1780-1781, p. 120 (Reel 44). Part of the index to the recorded copies of grants issued by the Virginia Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
  1780-1781 Land Jeremiah Clonch's land mentioned in land transaction on Goblingtown Creek, Pittsylvania Co., VA (cannot find Goblingtown Creek in Pittsylvania County, Virginia-there is one in Patrick County, Virginia) [Source: M.L. "Matt" Claunch & Ralph L. Hayes] Note: Images of land deeds in Clonch file.
  1782 The following needs follow-up: The 1782 Montgomery County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List Name Tithes Slaves Horses Cattle Cloynch, Jacob 1 2 1 Cloynch, Jeremiah, Jun. 1 6 10 Cloynch, Jeremiah, Sen. 1 4 13 [Source: Transcribed by Jeffrey C. Weaver, July 1, 1998; online http://www.ls.net/~newriver/va/mont782a.htm]
  Land Office Grants Dickey, Matthew. grantee. Land grant 8 August 1788. Location: Montgomery County. Description: 100 acres on Chesnut Creek a branch of New River, adjoining the land of Flower Swift, Jeremiah Clouch, &c. Source: Land Office Grants No. 18, 1788-1789, p. 264 (Reel 84). Part of the index to the recorded copies of grants issued by the Virginia Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
  1791-1795 96 acres of land in Patrick County, Virginia Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly Volume 24 #2 pages 24 and 33 (in file)
  Land Office Grants Patrick, James. grantee. Land grant 19 September 1796. Location: Lee County. Description: 145 acres on both sides of Powells River, and adjoining Jeremiah Clanch's settlement. Source: Land Office Grants No. 35, 1795-1796, p. 668 (Reel 101). Part of the index to the recorded copies of grants issued by the Virginia Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.
  NOTE: More about Tax Lists: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~ysbinns/vataxlists/
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  http://www.newrivernotes.com/carroll_history_1779-1783_flower_swift_company.htm
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  The following needs to be checked into further:
  William Allen There were several William Allens in western Virginia in the early days, but this one is said to have been in the Revolution from North Carolina and appears to have come to Chestnut Creek a little before 1782. He was in Montgomery County in 1782, taxed with three horses and two cattle. He bought a land claim from Jeremiah Clonch for a parcel of 400 acres on the waters of Chestnut and Crooked Creeks; it had been surveyed for Clonch in 1782, and the grant was made to Allen in 1785 (Grants Q-400). Later Allen had 150 acres surveyed on Little Cranberry, which Joined his other land on the east, but he sold his rights to Tavner Hays before the grant issued. [Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ggracie/will.html
  Montgomery County, Virginia Petition 17 May 24, 1782, courtesy Virginia State Archives & Library, Richmond, VA, containing the signatures of many early settlers near the Lead Mines in what would become Wythe County. Contributed by Russ Bralley http://www.rootsweb.com/~vawythe/doc/1782Petition.html (includes images of actual document)
  as well as the following abstract:
  Biography and Genealogy of the men in the Flower Swift Militia Company of Montgomery Co., Virginia 1779-1783 Compiled by James A. Quinn, January 2003-September 2010
  The names of these men were obtained from two undated, poorly labeled militia musters. One of these is in the Lyman Draper collection at the University of Wisconsin (manuscript 5QQ70) and the other is kept in the archives at Christiansburg, Montgomery Co., Virginia (referred to here as List 3). The two muster lists are similar with 41 of the 64 names on the Draper manuscript repeated on the document at Christiansburg. The manuscript in the Draper collection has been mislabeled by him as a list of Tories and Quakers instead of as a militia roster. The Draper manuscript seems to be the older of the two and dates most likely to either 1780 or 1781. The second roster dates within a year of 1782, most likely. Two other militia rosters for Swift's company also exist, and I believe them to be from 1783 or later (referred to as List 1 and List 2 on the New River Notes Revolutionary War militia roster web page).
  CLONCH: Jeremiah (not fit), Edmond, John (Lutherans in Pennsylvania)(on both lists)
  Jeremiah Clonch is the son or perhaps nephew of Hieronymous (Jerome/Jeremiah) Glantz who arrived on the ship Adventure in 1732 in Philadelphia with wife Mary Magdalene. Hieronymous married second Erna Barbara Mack 15 October 1733 in a Lutheran Church in Philadelphia. From Philadelphia (or Lebanon Co.) the Clonch's migrated to old Lunenburg (in 1755 granted a license to an Ordinary). Since no record exists of Hieronymous Glantz dying it is possible that he and Jeremiah (Swift Militia Company) are one and the same man instead of father and son. Cathy Meder-Dempsey provides a time-line and documentation in her Worldconnect pages.
  Jeremiah, son of Hieronymous migrated to Henry Co., VA. Jeremiah Clonch may well have died during the war (he is marked not fit) as there are no records of him after 1782. Jeremiah Clonch (or his son Jermemiah m. Jane McGuire) settled 400 acres along Chestnut Creek in 1776 (purchased from William Riddle and 3 others). Many Worldconnect sources say he was married to Sophia Erwin (note the William Erwin on this list). However, the supposed Irish marriage for her and Jeremiah is dubious based on the dates of birth of the children (starting mid 1750s when Jeremiah is in America). In fact, since Jeremiah's wife is named Margaret on land transactions with Thomas Moore in 1758, it is more likely he was married to a woman by this name. Jeremiah Clonch is on a list of Chestnut Creek men suspected of being "inimical to the government" on 7-8 Sept 1779 (L. P. Preston, 1929, Annals of Southwestern Virginia) just prior to the formation of the Swift company. It appears that after the formation of the Swift Company in 1779, this family faithfully attended militia musters.
  John Claunch, son of of Jeremiah migrated west, then south, ending in Alabama. Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah married Jane McGuire and moved to Pulaski Co., KY. Jeremiah's other sons - Barnett, Edmond - nothing further is known about them as far as I can tell. Jeremiah's daughter Violet married Thomas Haughey about 1815, and moved to Greene County, Ohio, on a Virginia military grant.
  1782 Montgomery Co. tax list: Edmund Clonch, 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 0 horse, 0 cattle; Jeremiah Clonch Sr. 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 6 horse, 10 cattle. Jeremiah Clonch Jr., 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 4 horse, 13 cattle; Jacob Cloynch 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse, 1 cattle. They are not on the 1793 tax list. They were not fined for missing militia duty by Capt. Swift.
  1793 Wythe Co., land tax: Mathew Dickey to Jeremiah Clonch: 350 acres values at 20 pounds. [Source: James A. Quinn, compiler, Jan. 2003-June 2007; Biography and Genealogy of the men in the Flower Swift Militia Company of Montgomery Co., Virginia 1780-1783; online http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/swift/swiftbio.html]
  ***** CHECK children??? 1. Barnett Claunch, b. Between 1760 and 1770, Kentucky 2. Jeremiah Claunch, b. Between 1760 and 1770 3. John Claunch, b. Abt 1764, Montgomery County, Virginia d. Aft 1840, St. Clair County, Alabama 4. Edmond Claunch, b. Abt 1764 [Source: http://www.devintimber.org/getperson.php?personID=I4431&tree=dt001]
  ***** Claunches in Tennesse (check images) Claunsh, Jeremiah Unknown Townships, Davidson, TN 1830 N/A James Claunch Unknown Townships, Bedford, TN 1840 Jeremiah Claunch Unknown Townships, Bedford, TN 1840 N/A Jeremiah S. Claunch Unknown Townships, Hardeman, TN 1840 N/A Richard Claunch Unknown Townships, Lincoln, TN 1840 Clannch, Daniel 11Th District, Grainger, TN 1850 N/A Claunch, Richard 2Nd Sub Division, Lincoln, TN 1850 N/A Clanch, James 11Th District, Mc Nairy, TN 1850 N/A Clanch, Jeremiah 12Th District, Mc Nairy, TN 1850 N/A
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  CLONCH/CLAUNCH marriage in Kentucky before 1850
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Wm. Claunch Name: Wm. Claunch Marriage Date: 27 Apr 1800 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Jinny Mckinsey Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Jean Clonch Name: Jean Clonch Marriage Date: 5 Jun 1804 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Zachariah Adams Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Jermiah Clounch Name: Jermiah Clounch Marriage Date: 21 Aug 1806 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Elizabeth Kelly Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Chris Clounch Name: Chris Clounch Marriage Date: 14 Aug 1809 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Polly Hardister Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about John Clounch Name: John Clounch Marriage Date: 5 Jan 1811 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Susannah Richardson Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Jane Clonch Name: Jane Clonch Marriage Date: 29 Jul 1814 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Jesse Edwards Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about John Clouch Name: John Clouch Marriage Date: 10 Nov 1816 Marriage Place: Ohio, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Betsy Blivens Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about David Clouch Name: David Clouch Marriage Date: 10 Aug 1818 Marriage Place: Logan, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Jane Daniel Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Rachel Clonch Name: Rachel Clonch Marriage Date: 30 Dec 1818 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Jesse Herrin Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Polly Clonch Name: Polly Clonch Marriage Date: 24 Mar 1821 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: Daniel Black Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
  Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Jane Clonch Name: Jane Clonch Marriage Date: 11 Oct 1825 Marriage Place: Pulaski, Kentucky, USA Spouse: William Cox Source Information: Dodd, Jordan. Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1997. Original data: Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Kentucky.
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  Kentucky, Land Grants, 1782-1924 includes several Claunch in Pulaski
Note:   PLACE HOLDER FOR THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HIERONYMUS GLANTZ (AKA JERIMY


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