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Partial list of early settlers, Revolutionary soldiers and the graves of Augusta County, soldiers located to date

compiled by Mrs. W.W. [(Fannie B.)] King
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1970
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original typescript (54, 16, 10 p.) written in 1935.

A gift of author and turned over to National Library of Daughters of the American Revolution by the editor of the D.A.R. magazine.

Includes index.

Contains importations 1739-1740, early settlers and pre-Revolutionary soldiers 1729-1826, ancestors of Daughters of Colonel Thomas Hughart Chapter 1728-1814, location of graves of Revolutionary soldiers and real Daughters ca. 1770-1861, list of Revolutionary soldiers who went from Augusta County 1775-1781 and 1824-1838, and dissenter preachers ca. 1750-1840. Includes supplements of pre-Revolutionary soldiers 1748-1779 and Revolutionary soldiers ca. 1777-1779.

Information was taken from records in Augusta and Rockbridge counties.

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