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 ====== Wallace Family ====== ====== Wallace Family ======
-{{  http://bcplfusion.bcpl.org/Repository/1_35.jpg?350|Patrick & Nancy Wallace grave, Big Bone Baptist Cemetery}}+<​html><​img alt="​Patrick & Nancy Wallace grave, Big Bone Baptist Cemetery"​ src="​https://bcp.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/​search/​asset/​22597/​0"​ width="​350" align="​right"​ title="​Patrick & Nancy Wallace grave, Big Bone Baptist Cemetery"></​html>​
 Patrick Wallace (1755-1840) and his wife Nancy Tull (1758-1854) owned property in the [[big_bone|Big Bone]] area of [[Boone County]], as well as, [[petersburg|Petersburg]]. Some descendants claim Wallace and Tull were from Ireland, but early Kentucky military records show a Patrick Wallace serving in Price'​s Battalion of Kentucky Mounted Volunteers in 1794. According to Kentucky Tax Records, by [[1800]], a Patrick Wallace is living in Woodford County, Kentucky. Subsequent census records show Patrick Wallace living in Boone County from 1810 to 1840 when he died.  Patrick Wallace (1755-1840) and his wife Nancy Tull (1758-1854) owned property in the [[big_bone|Big Bone]] area of [[Boone County]], as well as, [[petersburg|Petersburg]]. Some descendants claim Wallace and Tull were from Ireland, but early Kentucky military records show a Patrick Wallace serving in Price'​s Battalion of Kentucky Mounted Volunteers in 1794. According to Kentucky Tax Records, by [[1800]], a Patrick Wallace is living in Woodford County, Kentucky. Subsequent census records show Patrick Wallace living in Boone County from 1810 to 1840 when he died. 
  
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