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The sixth generation of Birdsong families : in America circa 1800-1900, a continuation of Birdsong ancestry, the first five generations in America

by Dean John Birdsong
Birdsong, Dean John (Main Author)
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German
San Diego, California : D.J. Birdsong, c2000
xii, 396 p. : geneal. tables.

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John Birdsong was born in about 1683, probably in England. He married Elizabeth and they had four known children. They lived in Charles Parish, York County, Virginia. He died in about 1750. This volume includes their sixth generation descendants. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri and Texas.

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