Key and Allied Families
This work concentrates upon families with a strong connection to Virginia and Kentucky, most of which are traced forward from the eighteenth, if not the seventeenth, century. The compiler makes ample use of published sources some extent original records, and the recollections of the oldest living members of a number of the families covered. Finally. The essays reflect a balanced mixture of genealogy and biography, which makes for interesting reading and a substantial number of linkages between as many as six generations of family members.
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Interesting and informative for the most part. Sadly this book leaves out an entire family beginning with James Key down to my great grandmother, Elizabeth Banks Key Jennings. According to family history, she was the great niece of Francis Scott Key. This is what she told my mother and others. I won't go into the entire linkage except to wonder why her middle name was "Banks". This research has led me to Katherine Banks Royall Key. Googling this name gave me much information regarding this Key family.
JOHN KEY KAYPENNSYLVANIA
JONATHAN KEY BRANCH FROM THE REVOLUTION BEGINNING 1776 TO 1929
MARTIN KEY VIRGINIA
JOHN KEY OF VIRGINIA
GEORGE KEY VIRGINIA
KEYS OLD HOME
A FEW OF KEYS POEMS
KEY AND KIN