My neck of the woods : the Lewis families of Southeastern North Carolina and Northeastern South Carolina

by J.D. Lewis
Lewis, J. D. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Compact Disc
[S.l.] : Clearfield Company, c2002
iv, 452 p. : geneal. tables, maps


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Also on CD-ROM. Little River, S.C. : J.D. Lewis, c2002. 1 computer optical disc : col. ; 4 3/4 in.

The account of five different Lewis families known to have inhabited Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Marion, Horry, and Georgetown counties in South Carolina; and Brunswick, Columbus, Robeson, Cumberland, Sampson, Duplin, Pender, New Hanover, and Bladen counties in North Carolina. The five families were begun by William Lewis (1690-1731) and Mary; William Lewis (d. 1755); Charles Lewis,Jr. (1715-1770) and Martha Morrall; William Lewis (1740-1811) and Mourning Van Pelt and William Lewis and Ellender Bonham. Includes tables listing Lewis households named in U.S. federal censuses between 1790 and 1920. Other tables furnish time lines of all known Lewis men within each of the North or South Carolina counties within the scope of the work.

Includes index.

Includes Lewis, Davis, Hewett, Owens, Williams and related families.

CD-ROM contains approximately 100 additional names and connections.


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