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Supplement 1 to "A history of the Salley family by Olin Jones Salley" : descendants of Henry Salley, 1690-1765, and wife, Mariah Von Arx, who left Switzerland for Carolina in 1735

compiled by Dorothy K. MacDowell
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English
Aiken, South Carolina : D.K. MacDowell, 1982
86 p. : coat of arms, facsims.

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Includes index.

Includes Bolen (Bolin), Crum, Davidson, Ladd, Pendarvis, Thomas and related families.

"Limited edition"

Supplement to: A history of the Salley family / by Olin Jones Salley. Aiken, S.C. : Salley Family Historical Committee, c1977.

Additional genealogical data on the descendants of Henry Salley (1690-1765) and his wife, Mariah Von Arx, who immigrated from Switzerland to South Carolina. Descendants lived in South Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas and elsewhere.

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