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Henry and Lexer Grant Burns family : ancestors, descendants and related families

by Cranford H. Burns
Burns, Cranford H. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Mobile, Alabama : Henley Secretarial Service, c1974
vi, 185 leaves : ports.

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Includes index.

Each chapter ends with references.

Chiefly a record of some of the ancestors, descendants and relatives of John Henry Burns. He was born 12 Jan 1872 to Jonathan Burns II and Elisabeth Watson. He married Lexer Grant 21 Nov 1892. She was born 29 Aug 1877 to John W. Grant and Mary Cordelia McGahee. He died 26 Oct 1957. She died 16 Oct 1949. They were the parents of eight children.

Includes descendants of Charles Burns of Henry County, Virginia, and Major Grant, ancestor of Ulysses S. Grant.

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