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Richardson and allied lines of the Southeast : including Powell, McRae, Johnson, Garriss, Lightsey, Waller, Cook, Sheppard & Gatch

by Anne Richardson Davis
Davis, Anne Richardson (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Darien, Georgia : Sea Griffin Pub., c2000
286, [48] p. : ill., geneal. tables, ports.

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David Richardson was born in about 1737. He married Esther and they had eight known sons, Solomon, Isaac, Azariah, Moses, Aaron, David, Thomas and Jesse. They lived in Barnwell, South Carolina. David died in about 1815. Focuses mainly on the descendants of Azariah. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

Includes index.

Includes Bennett, Carter, Douglass, Fennell, Inhulsen, Leitzey, Lites, Nettles, Owens, Prescott, Van Brackle and related families.

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