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James Garner from Pittsylvania County, Virginia

compiled and edited by Dora Gordon Whisenant
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Fayetteville, Tennessee : D.G. Whisenant, 2004
iv, 197 p., [69] of plates : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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James Garner was born on about 1727 in Virginia. He had three known children, William (1777-1856), Lewis (1778-1832) and Margaret (d. 1857). He died 15 June 1832 in Lauderdale, Alabama. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Alabama, Tennessee, Texas and Colorado.

Includes index.

Includes Blackburn, Blackwell, Byers, Curry, Dawson, Hartman, Herring, Hines, Liles, Loflin, Love, Massey, Myers, Potts, Sellers and related families.

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