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A history of the Bronaugh family in America

by Amelia Bronaugh Benson
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Columbia, Missouri : A. B. Benson, c1980
2 v. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Cover and caption title for v. 1.

Contents: v. 1. A history of the Bronaugh family in America -- v. 2. Bronaugh history : the Sharp family of Sharpsburg, Kentucky and related families.

Vol. 2 includes separate indexes to v. 1-2.

Includes Barbee, Bryam, Bryan, Jones, Swope, Walker and related families.

David Bronaugh moved from Essex County to land in what is now King George County, Virginia during or before 1671. Descendants lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri and elsewhere.

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