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ThePatrick Kearns and Mary Scot family from Marion Co.Ky.

Updated June 5, 2002

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I am trying to get any information I can on my Grandfather. My Grandfather was Patrick Kearns born 1833 died aug. 1886 and my Grandmother was Mar Scott Kearns 2-10-1833 died 3-19-1896. My great great grandmother was Margaret born 1799 died 1886. Patrick and Mary had 7 sons. My father Thomas Frank (Francis), John, Martin, Michael Joesph, Bernard and Jimmy P. I know Martin had a family in Cincinnati, and I think Michael and Jimmy P. had familes in Louisville. One Brother went to San Antonia and had a Funeral Home. It's possible some of the brothers worked for the Railroad as did my Father, a conductor for L&N Railroad. That is all I know on the brothers. Patrick, Mary Joesph and Margaret are buried in St. Francisville. Two stained glass windows there honor my Grandparents. I was told the church burned in 1896 and all the records destroyrd. Two of my four Brothers, Frank and Martin attended St. Mary's College, my Father probably did also. My father always said he was born in Chicago, Marion Co. Ky. on July 16, 1866. He spoke of Lebanon many times. If anyone has any information concerning this family, I woould greatly appreciate you sharing it with me. Thank you - E aadress is patrice1990@aol.com,

 
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