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The Broyles family

by Arthur Leslie Keith
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l. : s.n.], 1970
2 v. (765, [29] leaves)

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"Photo-offset copy of typescript in Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois."

John Broyles (Breil, Breils, Broil, Broyle, etc.) was born in Germany ca. 1680 and immigrated to Virginia in 1717 with his family. He and his wife, Ursula, had at least five children. He died in the early part of 1734 in what is now Madison County, Virginia. Descendants listed lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Texas, Missouri, and elsewhere. Most descendants spelled their surname Broyles, although some used Breiles, Broiles or other spelling variations.

Includes the Bird, Blankenbaker, Brown, Burgner, Clore, Garr, Ham, Jobe, Mauck/Mauk, Miller, Painter, Souther, Wilhite/Wilhoit, Yager/Yeager and other related families.

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