Six generations of La Rues and allied families: containing sketch of Isaac La Rue, senior, who died in Frederick County, Virginia, in 1795, and some account of his American ancestors and three generations of his descendants and families who were connected by intermarriage, among others, Carman, Hodgen, Helm, Buzan, Rust, McDonald, Castleman, Walters, Alexander, Medley, McMahon, Vertrees, Keith, Wintersmith, Clay, Neill, Grantham, Vanmeter and Enlow; copies of six old wills and other old documents; various incidents connected with the settlement of the Nolynn Valley in Kentucky; also a chapter on the La Rue family and the child Abraham Lincoln

Chicago citation style
Mather, Otis May, 1868-. Six generations of La Rues and allied families: containing sketch of Isaac La Rue, senior, who died in Frederick County, Virginia, in 1795, and some account of his American ancestors and three generations of his descendants and families who were connected by intermarriage, among others, Carman, Hodgen, Helm, Buzan, Rust, McDonald, Castleman, Walters, Alexander, Medley, McMahon, Vertrees, Keith, Wintersmith, Clay, Neill, Grantham, Vanmeter and Enlow; copies of six old wills and other old documents; various incidents connected with the settlement of the Nolynn Valley in Kentucky; also a chapter on the La Rue family and the child Abraham Lincoln. 1921. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005731277. (Accessed December 11, 2018.)
APA citation style
Mather, Otis May, 1868-, (1921) Six generations of La Rues and allied families: containing sketch of Isaac La Rue, senior, who died in Frederick County, Virginia, in 1795, and some account of his American ancestors and three generations of his descendants and families who were connected by intermarriage, among others, Carman, Hodgen, Helm, Buzan, Rust, McDonald, Castleman, Walters, Alexander, Medley, McMahon, Vertrees, Keith, Wintersmith, Clay, Neill, Grantham, Vanmeter and Enlow; copies of six old wills and other old documents; various incidents connected with the settlement of the Nolynn Valley in Kentucky; also a chapter on the La Rue family and the child Abraham Lincoln. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005731277
MLA citation style
Mather, Otis May, 1868-. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005731277>.
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