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The McCauley/Oxner Family

Updated September 5, 2000

Sandra Gale Oxner
, Ohio United States
JOxner9137@aol.com

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Researching McCauley/Riordan/Carter family. McCauley's came from Ireland about 1848 and migrated to Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Some family ties are Siebman, Bowles, Richardson, Hardy, Slate.Riordan's came from Limerick Co Ireland in 1870's and settled in Hart County Kentucky. Patrick Riordan married Margaret Harper in 1854. Some family ties are Davis, Harper, Walton, Lyle.The Carter family came from Virginia to Russell/Pulaski/Adair County Kentucky area about 1800. George Washington Carter taught at Danville Acadamy, married Mary Ann Polly Rayburn and had 12 children. Some family ties are Bennett, Helmontaller, Edwards, Janes, Sparks, Rowe, Sublet, Tweedy, Rainwater, England, Berry, Beauchamp.Also researching my husband's family of Oxner/Ochsner. This family came from Baden Germany in 1840's and settled in Shippenville and finally Fryburg Pennsylvania. Some of the family moved to Pittsburghj and others to Dayton, Ohio. Some family names are Hughes, Jones, Burger, Davis, Barnes, Fischer, I am an amatuer researcher but have spent a great deal of time on these families. I was greatly surprised to find in several locations that through the many marriages having links to about 80% of the families in Timberlake Cemetery. The same is true for my husband's family with St. Michael's Church Directories of 1974 and 1987. My thanks to the many folks I have met online who have shared info about our families. If you find errors or dispute information, please let me know. As many of you know sometimes the records can lead you astray.

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