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Creel family history -- April 2003

George Edison Creel, ed. ; Daniel Thomas Creel, Theo Lula Creel Manning
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
Hernando Beach, Florida : G.E. Creel, 2003
739, 168, 202 leaves : geneal. tables


Photocopy of original, 2006 (Library has copied leaves to pages).

Includes the databases of the three co-authors, organized as separate chapters with their own indexes and paging. Traces the descendants of John Creele, who was born in about 1650 in England. He married Anne and they had four children. He died in 1720 in Northumberland County, Virginia. Also follows the descendants of Thomas L. Creel, who was born in Scotland. He married Charity Dukes, daughter of Moses Dukes and Elizabeth, in about 1770 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. They had four children. Thomas died in 1808 in Barnwell, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Florida.

Includes indexes to each chapter.

Includes Creal, Belcher, Brackin, Bohannon, Cheatwood, Cox, Cruthirds, Cuthirds, Dodson, Fikes, Grady, Griffith, Hubbard, Hudson, Hughes, Jordan, Kincheloe, McAllister, Mayfield, Mitchell, Page, Penny, Putnam, Ragland, Richardson, Rosson, Rouse, Scott, Smith, Sprinkle, Stamps, Stubbs, Thomas, Tillman, Turner, White, Yates and related families.

Also available on microfilm.



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