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The James family, 1600-1979

Dorothy Louis James Turner
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Heber City, Ut. : D.L.J. Turner, [1979]. 100 leaves.

John James was born in 1688 in England, possibly the son of William James of Kent County, England. He and his wife, Justina Thurston, immigrated to James City County, Virginia, in 1713. Record includes some other descendants, but chiefly traces line of descent to the author's father, Godfrey Hunter James (1897-1949). He was born at Penrod, Kentucky, the son of Addison David James (1849-1910). He married Margaret E. Moseley (1895-1945) in 1916 at Springfield, Tennessee. They had eight children, 1917-1933. The family lived at Dunmore, Kentucky, 1916-1917, then moved to Penrod, Kentucky, where they lived until 1925, they then moved to south Florida. He died while working at Mobile, Alabama, and was buried by his wife in the old cemetery at West Palm Beach, Florida. Descendants and relatives lived in Kentucky, Texas, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Maryland and elsewhere.

Includes James, Wand, Carson, Hay, Thurston, Mosby, Ambrose, Austin, Burke, McKenny, Helm, Rickets, Howard, Newman, Poole, Booker, Benson, Turner, Metcalf, Smith, Jones, Martin, Galau, Davis, Pirtle, Mercer, Birkhead, Wilson, Shull, Taylor, Ewing, Reid, Summers, Thompson, Talbot, Hill, Ridley, Wand, Wade, Sheppard, Parsons, Allen, Anderson, Foster, Loveing, Ferris, Woodson, Lewis, Payne, Claiborne, Curwen, Baldwin, Price, Davis, Wimbish and other related families.

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