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Southern Bensons, Dickson, Scruggs : and related families: McCracken/Youngblood/Rince/Patterson/Clack/Davis/Prou/Harwell/Hume/ Hamblin/Reasonover/Foster/many more : and Civil War memoirs of Lt. Peru Hardy Benson, C.S.A. : and Dunkle's 1869 list of "The immortal six hundred" prisoners of war

by Guida M. Jackson Laufer
Books/Monographs/Book on Compact Disc
English
Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books, 2001
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.
electronic ed.
Heritage Books archives; 1643

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Reproduction on CD-ROM of original published: Bowie Md. : Heritage Books, 2001. 273 p. : facsims., geneal. tables, ports

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Family of Robert Benson (ca. 1685-1757), son of Thomas Benson and Dorothy Sutton, who was born in King George Co., Virginia. He died in Hanover parish, King George Co., Va. He married Frances Prou (b. 1689), daughter of Cyprian Prou and Margaret Phillips formerly of Middlesex, England, in 1713 in Richmond Co., Va. Frances Prou was born in Lancaster Co., Va. Descendants live in Virginia, South Carolina,Tennessee and elsewhere. Peru Hardy Benson (1829-1906) was born in Giles County, Tennessee, and died in Hall Co., Texas. He married (1) Nancy Delina McCracken; (2) Helen R. James. He moved to Craighead Co., Ark. in 1861. He served in Confederate Army 1862-1863, was a prisoner of war 1863- 1865, moved to Johnson Co. Tex. 1877 and to Hall Co., Tex. in 1880.

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