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The road to Slocomb

The road to Slocomb, Geneva County, Alabama : Creel family history
narrated by Jeanne V. Creel
Creel, Jeanne V. (Main Author)
Electronic Resource/Compact Disc
[Lecanto, Florida] : J.V. Creel, 2004
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.
1st ed.


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William W. Creel, Jr. was born in 1814 or 1815 in Barnwell County, South Carolina and died after 1880 in Henry County, Alabama. His wife was Sarah Ann (b. 1816). They had ten children. Ancestors and descendants have lived mainly in South Carolina, Alabama and Florida. Many descendants settled in Slocomb, Geneva, Alabama.

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