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Line of Arnold Nethers & Ellen Hoffman, Sarah Nethers & Walker Jenkins, Lucy Ann Nethers & Silas Jackson Monroe, Rebecca Nethers & Pascal Jenkins : Rappahannock, Culpeper, and Madison Counties, Virginia

by Mary Nethers Noyes and Thelma Yowell Coppedge
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Oshkosh, Wisconsin : M.N. Noyes & T.Y. Coppedge, 1980
3 v. (249 leaves) : maps

Notes

Bibliography at end of v. 3.

Contents: v. 1. Arnold Nethers & Ellen Hoffman -- v. 2. Sarah Nethers & Walker Jenkins, Lucy Ann Nethers & Silas Jackson Monroe -- v. 3. Rebecca Nethers & Pascal Jenkins.

Includes Dodson, Fincham, Hoffman (Huffman), Leake, Lillard, Yowell and related families.

Leaves of corrections and additions inserted at beginning of each volume.

Each volume includes interspersed manuscript additions and corrections.

John Nethers (d.1842), the son of Godfrey Nethers and the father of Arnold, Sarah, Lucy Ann and Rebecca, lived in Rappahannock County, Virginia. The four children and their descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, New York, Arkansas and elsewhere.

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