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The descendants of Pleasant Henderson & Jane Braden

by Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Lake City, Tennessee] : G.F. Burris, c2002
174 leaves : ill. (some col.), geneal. tables, ports.

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Pleasant Henderson was born in about 1798 in Tennessee. He married Jane Braden, daughter of Andrew Braden and Dorothy McNeely, in about 1819 in Anderson County, Tennessee. They had five children. He married Annie Jane Walden/Walton, daughter of George Walden/Walton and Delilah Van Dyke, in about 1833. They had two children. Pleasant died before 1880 in Campbell County, Tennessee. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Tennessee.

Includes index.

Includes Allen, Coker, Craig, Harmon, Lovett, McGhee, Moser, Shelton, Stevens, Sutton, Wood and related families.

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