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Cocanougher 40th reunion is 26 Jul 2015, at Perryville, KY
40th Anniversary for family which moved to Kentucky in 1793
By Mike Crain
The next Cocanougher family reunion is 10am-3pmCT/11am-4pmET, Sunday, July 26, 2015, with a potluck lunch about 12pmCT/1pmET at the American Legion Hall,428 W Second Street, on US 150 W of downtown, Perryville KY near Hillcrest Cemetery.
The Family of KY pioneers Jacob & Eleanor (Neley) Silvertooth Cocanougher Who came to Mercer County KY (present-day Boyle County) prior to 1793 then moved to Long Run Road area of Washington County KY by 1795 (we believe) Part of this farm on Long Run Road is still in the Cocanougher family 220 years later.
Bring family, friends, food, genealogy items, pictures, family relics, stories, and a smile. We want to celebrate Family and years of getting together (since 1976 consecutively.
Contacts: Bill & Beulah Cocanougher Jones ~~ Phone 859-236-9695 or Mike Crain ~ Phone 859-368-3853 ~~ email Postcardlex@aol.com ~~ U.S. mail address: 3648 Leisure Creek Court, Lexington KY 40517 ~~~ Facebook mike crain
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