||John Whalin |
||29 Aug 1793
||3 Feb 1862
||Warren County, Kentucky, USA
||Smith-Runner Cemetery, Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky, USA
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||Nancy Smith, b. 1793 d. 1830, Warren County, Kentucky, USA (Age 37 years) |
||16 Feb 1814
- Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed.,
1886. Warren County.
T. P. WHALIN was born in Butler County (this State) October 16, 1830,
and is a son of John and Nancy (Smith) Whalin, natives of Virginia. The
former came to this State with his parents when but a small boy, and
settled on Green River, in Butler County, and a few years later his
father moved into Warren County. Subject lived with his father until of
age, receiving the benefits of such schooling as was afforded by the
schools of the neighborhood. When grown he was engaged on the river for
eight or ten years as engineer on a steamboat. He then learned the
blacksmith's trade and has followed it ever since. In politics Mr.
Whalen [sic] is a Democrat, and socially - a bachelor.
| ||1. Thomas Patrick Whalin, b. 16 Oct 1830, Butler County, Kentucky, USA d. 4 Sep 1913, Warren County, Kentucky, USA (Age 82 years)|
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