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John Houchin, son of John, had settled along the banks of Back Creek of the Greenbriar River by 1780, where he continued to live until his removal to Kentucky. Augusta county records state that in 1790 he moved to Kentucky, and records in Bath County reveal that September 10, 1791, he and wife, Patty, sold to Jacob Warrick 130 acres of land on East Branch of Green Briar River called Back Creek for “35 current money of Virginia”.
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