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Descendants of John C. Harper and Sarah Hurst

compiled by Li Ann Harper Lee
Lee, Li Ann Harper (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Layton, Utah : Li Ann Harper Lee, 2006
vii, 482 pages : illustrations, genealogical tables, portraits

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John C. Harper was born 26 June 1787 in Orange County, North Carolina. His parents were Richard Harper and Nancy Anne Forrest. He married Sarah Hurst (1789-1892), daughter of Thomas Hurst and Sylvia Breeding in 1807 in Claiborne County, Tennessee. They had thirteen children. He died in 1849 in Cape Girardeau, Tennessee. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, California and Washington.

Includes index.

Includes Aslin, Clark, Conlee, Cook, Cordle, Edwards, Harkleroad, Hickman, Laffoon, Larsen, Littlejohn, Long, Miller, Roundtree, Stone, Titus, Wakeman, White, York and related families.

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