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Descendants of James Baxter and Judah unknown : research book

by Gloria Fay Harmon Burris
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lake City, Tennessee : G.F. Burris, c2004
2 v. : ill., geneal. tables, ports.

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Photocopy of original, 2005. (Library has copied leaves to pages.)

Title from cover.

James Baxter was born in about 1770. He married Judah before 1790. They had five known children. James died before 1850, probably in Anderson County, Tennessee. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Tennessee.

Includes index in v. 2.

Includes Braden, Burress, Burriss, Craig, Daugherty, Disney, Duncan, Fox, Goans, Harness, Housley, Mahaffey, McGhee, Patterson, Phillips, Roddy, Seiber, Stringfield, Webb, White and related families.

Contents: v. 1. Pages 1 to 254 -- v. 2. Pages 255 to 445, index.

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