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Genealogies of the Clark, Parks, Brockman and Dean, Davis and Goss families : in five parts

by Henry William Clark
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Montgomery, Alabama : [s.n.], 1905
1425 p. in various pagings, [31] leaves of plates : ill., facsims., ports.

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Thomas Clark (ca.1753-1837) married widow Priscilla (Doyle) Tucker, and moved from Virginia to North Carolina, then to South Carolina, and then to Newton County, Georgia. Samuel Parks resided in Amelia County Virginia ca. 1750, having emigrated from Scotland to Ireland, then to Virginia. He married Mary, and had eight sons and daughters. John Brockman (ca. 1735-1825) married Amelia Martin. They lived in Virginia, then later North Carolina and South Carolina. Jonathan Davis (ca. 1730-1818) was born in England. He emigrated to America where he married Lucy Gibbs (d. 1818) in 1756 and settled in Orange county, Virginia. They were the parents of nine or more children. He died in Wilkes County Georgia. Benjamin Goss (d. 1813) married Elizabeth Hamilton (d. 1815) in 1764 and resided in Buckingham County, Virginia. They had twelve children. Descendants of these families lived in South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Tennessee, Arkansas, California, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, and elsewhere.

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Includes Adams, Allen, Ambrose, Atkinson, Baker, Bankhead, Banks, Barnett, Barron, Bennet, Bobo, Bostwick, Bowden, Bowling, Boyd, Bramham, Brandenburg, Brewton, Brooks, Brown, Burdett, Caldwell, Campbell, Carr, Carruth, Carter, Cates, Chamblin, Cheek, Claiborne, Coile, Craft, Crook, Dempsey, Dickson, Drummond, Dunlap, Dunson, Durham, Dyer, Fairbairn, Ferguson, Flynt, Flowers, Ford, Francis, Frazer, Freeny, Garrard, Garth, Gay, Gentry, George, Glenn, Gray, Green, Grimmet, Hammond, Harris, Harrison, Hightower, Higgins, Hill, Holland, Hudson, Hudgens, Hudson, Johnson, Kelley, Kennedy, Killingsworth, Lancaster, Lanford, Lawrence, Leak, Lee, Leonard, Lewin, Lipscomb, Martin, Mayfield, McAdoo, McCurry, Meador, Medearis, Mendenwald, Meredith, Miller, Mitchell, Moore, Mullins, Noblet, Nunley, Nunnelley, Parker, Penn, Pennington, Pittard, Pope, Putnam, Ross, Read, Reynolds, Robinson, Rountree, Rowell, Shell, Shofner, Sims, Stawdifer, Stokes, Stroud, Switzer, Taylor, Terry, Todd, Turner, Walker, Wallace, Watts, Weaver, Webb, Westmoreland, Whitley, Withers, Wright and related families.

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