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Estes genealogy : Estes families of old Clay County, Missouri, their ancestors and their descendants

compiled and edited by Edward N. McAllister and Annabelle C. McAllister
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English
[United States : A.C. McAllister, c1972]
335 p. : ports.

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Includes Benton, Corum, Brasfield, Nowlin, Field, Townsend, Ward, and related families.

Includes index.

Abraham Estes Jr. (ca. 1697-1759), was the son of Abraham and Barbara Estes. He died in 1759 in Caroline County, Virginia. Also includes information on the families of the following brothers: Thomas, who died in 1744 in Caroline County, Virginia; Robert, who died in 1775 in Lunenburg County, Virginia, and Elisha, who died in 1782 in Henry County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, Texas, Arizona, and elsewhere.

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