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The descendants of John White & Unknown, & Nancy McKamey : research book

by Gloria Fay Harmon Burris
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Lake City, Tennessee : G.F. Burris, c2003
2 v. : ill.(some col.), facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

Notes

v. 1. & 2. are photocopies of the originals, 2005. (Library has copied leaves to pages.)

John White was born in about 1780 in Tennessee. He and his first wife were married in about 1802 and had nine children. He married Nancy McKarney in about 1835 and they had two children. John died before 1870 in Anderson County, Tennessee. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Tennessee.

Includes index in v. 2.

Contents: v. 1. Pages 1 to 366 -- v. 2. Pages 367 to 681.

Includes Adkins, Aslinger, Ault, Braden, Brown, Bullock, Bunch, Burris, Daugherty, Disney, Duncan, Foust, Gaylor, Harmon, Harness, Hatmaker, Leinart, Lively, Marlow, McGhee, Patterson, Phillips, Seiber, Sharp, Vowell, Wallace, Ward, West, Wilson and related families.

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