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The Ridenour families of Union County, Tennessee, 1850-1930

researched and compiled by James Ridenour
Ridenour, James (Main Author)
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English
Maynardville, Tennessee : Union County Historical Society (Tennessee), [2004?]
102, 15 p. : geneal. tables.

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Source citations: p. 64-87.

Includes full-name index.

David Ridenour was born on 14 Aug. 1793 in Carmel Church, Caroline County, VA and died on 16 Mar. 1879 in Anderson County, TN. He was the son of Henry Ridenour and Susannah Webb. David married Elizabeth Heath on 15 June 1811 in Anderson County, TN. She died before 1860.

Includes Ridner, Blisard, Butcher, Flatford, Heath, Loy, Ousley, Snodderly/Snoderly, Welch and related families.

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