Family:Squire Boone and Anna Grubbs (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2] 01 SEP 1774 Fayette County, Kentucky
Children
BirthDeath
1.
24 Dec 1785 ,Fayette,KY,USA
 
2.
28 Jan 1787 ,Fayette,KY,USA
 
3.
15 Oct 1792 ,Fayette,KY,USA
 
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5.
02 SEP 1797
06 JUL 1836
6.
02 SEP 1797
 
7.
17 Dec 1799 ,Fayette,KY,USA
 
8.
7 Mar 1802 ,Fayette,KY,USA
23 AUG 1835
9.
14 Sep 1824
10.
8 Oct 1806 ,Fayette,KY,USA
 
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12.
24 Dec 1811 ,Fayette,KY,USA
 
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References
  1. Compiler: Hazel Atterbury Spraker. The Boone Family, A Genealogical History of the Descendants of George and Mary Boone Who Came to America in 1717. (Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1974).
  2. Marriage date is from Pension Record. A biographical sketch of his son, Dr. Levi Day Boone of Chicago, says that the marriage of Squire and Anna Boone occured under circumstances characteristic of that romantic period. Kentucky at that time consisted of only two counties, eastern and western, divided by the Kentucky River. As there was no magistrate in the western county to administer the marriage vow, the couple crossed to the east bank of the river, and there, standing under the shade of a large tree, a magistrate pronounced them one. As the book in which this account appears was compiled during the lifetime of Dr. Levi Day Boone, and probably met with his approval, the above incident can be given slightly more credence than the average tradition.