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Descendants of Andrew Braden & Dorothy McNeely

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

Notes

Photocopy of the original, 2008 (Library has copied leaves to pages).

Andrew Braden was born 14 February 1765 in Fairfax County, Virginia. He fought in the American Revolution. He married Dorothy McNeely (1777-1843), daughter of William McNeely and Rebecca Barnett, 7 February 1793 in Montgomery County, Virginia. They had seven children. Andrew died 19 November 1842 in Anderson County, Tennessee. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Tennessee.

Includes index in v. 3

Includes Adkins, Aslinger, Brown, Burris, Craig, Daugherty, Disney, Duncan, Foust, Fraker, Goans, Harness, Hooks, Jeffers, Jones, Leinart, Lively, McGhee, Patterson, Phillips, Roberts, Roysden, Russell, Seiber, Shelton, Vann, Ward, Weaver, Wilson, Wood and related families.

Contents: v. 1. Pages 1 to 320 -- v. 2. Pages 321 to 640 -- v. 3. Pages 641 to 861

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