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History of the Redfearn family

compiled by Daniel Huntley Redfearn
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Miami, Florida : [s.n.], 1942
160 p.

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Includes ancestors and their descendants of the author of this book, Daniel Huntley Redfearn who was born in 1884. Focuses on the descendants of Nimrod and Sarah Elizabeth Huntley Redfearn of Anson County, North Carolina. Nimrod Redfearm died 6 November 1829. "His original will was probated at the January Term, 1830, in Wadesboro, Anson County."--P. 20. Sarah Elizabeth Huntley Redfearn, daughter of Robert S. Huntley and Betsy Wilson of Anson County, North Carolina, was born about 1783 and died in 1836. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, Texas, New Mexico, California, Oregon and elsewhere.

Includes Redfearn, Redfern, Redferrin, Floyd, Griner, Jarrard, Humphreys, Greene, Lefler, Ashcraft, Gaddy, Mills, Livingston, Caswell, Hetzel, Fogg, Causey, Caudle, Smith, Collins, Niven, Nutt, Helms, Lowry, Warren, Kidwell, Thrasher, Goodman, Watts, King, Gulledge, Jaggers, McLarty, Thomas, Boylin, Billingsley, Morgan, Hooks, Russell, Harrell and related families

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