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Query: re Aaron Allison inheriting 160 acres in Adair Co., KY

Jim Allison writes:
I have researched at the KY State Archives a number of court cases involving my ancestor Aaron Allison. Many of them involve Alexander Noel stating that Aaron Allison inherited 160 acres from him in Adair County. Also stating that Aaron Allison was the executor of the estate. These court cases are in Adair County from 1845 to 1863. Included is an 1845 sale bill of Alexander Noel. I have not been able to find his probate file? Any ideas? I'm thinking they must be related in some way. I have heard that Aaron Allison's mother's maiden name was Noel, but I have never seen proof. (His father was Henry Allison who died in Oldham County, KY leaving a will there.) Thanks for your time. I'm hoping to do a bit more research at the archives in a couple of weeks. Jim Allison from Illinois --Jim Allison
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