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Research trip to Nancy, KY winds up down on the lake

Charles Marshburn writes
Now, it is known that Daniel Trabue was a fourth generation Huguenot (Internet research, 4 hours and 12 minutes!)

The Tarters may have been French who moved to Germany before migrating to the US. The Cains could possibly have been French also. I will only take the word of a scholar living at that time because the records are "iffy".

I went to Nancy to do research and wound up at the liquor store! - Charles Marshburn
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