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The family history of the Tegarden family : with records and notes

compiled by Grethel C. Murray
Murray, Grethel C. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l. : G. C. Murray], 1963
[24] leaves

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"Tegart, Giegardin, Thiegartner, Teegarden, Teagarden, Teegardin, Tegarden or Tygarden. (This family name has been spelled in many different ways, but it is still the same family)." p. 1.

Includes Craig, Parker, Pibble, Shryock and related families.

Abraham Tegarden I, (1688- ca. 1781) arrived in Philadelphia about 1736 and settled in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. His son, Abraham married Lady Mary Parker from England. They settled in Annapolis, Maryland and later moved to Monongalia County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Kansas, Illinois and elsewhere.

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