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Elizabeth "Betsy" Franklin Gorin
Birth: 1765
Virginia, USA
Death: Jul. 11, 1833
Barren County
Kentucky, USA

Born ABT 1765 in Virginia, dau of John FRANKLIN (Patriot) b. ABT 1740, Amherst Co., VA and Margaret Pamela DAWSON b. Orange Co., VA
A devout Christian, a Baptist, she and John were parents of 11 children, all of whom lived to adulthood.

1.Susan "Lucky or Sucky" Gorin b.1787
2. Mary "Polly" Gorin b.1789
3. Margaret "Peggy" Gorin b.11 DEC 1791,Fairfax, Va.
4. Henry Gorin b.1793
5. John GORIN III 1795-1797 in Fairfax Co., Virginia
6. Franklin G. "Frank" Gorin b. 3 MAY 1798 in Glasgow, Barren Co., Kentucky, Grave #7181990
7. Sarah Hensley Gorin b.11 DEC 1800 in Glasgow, Barren Co., Ky.
8. Elizabeth "Betsy" Gorin b. 1803
9. James M. Gorin b. 12 OCT 1803
10. Evalina Gorin b. in Hardin Co., Ky.
11. Thomas Jefferson Gorin b.1809 in Glasgow, Barren Co., Ky.
Family links: 
  John Gorin (1763 - 1837)
  Mary Gorin Harvey (1789 - 1860)*
  Margaret Gorin (1791 - 1808)*
  John Gorin (1796 - 1861)*
  Franklin Gorin (1798 - 1877)*
  Sarah Hensley Gorin Rogers (1800 - 1870)*
  Elizabeth Gorin Murrell (1802 - 1825)*
  James Monroe Gorin (1805 - 1833)*
  Thomas Jefferson Gorin (1808 - 1883)*
*Calculated relationship
Glasgow Municipal Cemetery
Barren County
Kentucky, USA
Created by: A.G.P.
Record added: Nov 24, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101200844
Elizabeth Betsy <i>Franklin</i> Gorin
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