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George Rhodes was married on April 23, 1839, at St. Thomas Catholic Church, Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky, to Priscilla Elizabeth Rhodes.
He passed away on April 12, 1853, in Meade County, Kentucky.
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About 1819 - Birth - Near Cartwright's Creek, then Washington County, Kentucky.
April 23, 18339 - Marriage - Married to Priscilla Elizabeth Rhodes at St. Thomas Catholic Church, Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky.
April 12, 1853 - Death - Meade County, Kentucky.
- ↑ Kentucky, death certificate no. illegible (1853), George W. Rhodes; digital image, Ancestry.com, "Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953," Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com).
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