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Drake-Arrington, White-Turner, Linn-Brown and two dozen related southern lines : Treadwell, Slade, Lacey, Harrison, Cathey, Redwine, Krider, Wood, McNair, Peden, Sandefer, Tompkins, Bennett, Hodges, Goodrich, Bechinoe, Williams, Bustin, Outlaw, Fox, Smith, George, Doll and Stahle

by Jo White Linn
Linn, Jo White, 1930- (Main Author)
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Salisbury, North Carolina : J.W. Linn, c1981
xii, 469 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
091847017X

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Francis Drake (b.1701)--son of Bamfield and Kathrine Drake--emigrated from England to Edgecombe County, North Carolina, married twice, and died after 1763. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Virginia, Mississippi, Arkansas, California and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Pedigree charts on lining papers.

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