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Bramblette--Bramlett--Bramlitt family notes

assembled by Robert Franklin Cole, 1937
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (carbon copy, [5], 17 leaves) at the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.

Bibliography: leaf 17.

Includes index.

Contents: Virginia records -- Kentucky records -- Tennessee records -- Illinois records -- South Carolina records -- Arkansas records -- Texas records -- The Woodson-Bramlitt connections.

Chiefly extracts from public records, etc. for persons with the suname, Bramblett, Bramlett, and Bramlitt.

Dr. John Woodson, a surgeon to a company of British soldiers, emigrated from Dorsetshire, England, with his wife, and settled in Virginia in what is now Prince George County, Virginia. His descendant of the sixth generation, Jane Woodson, daughter of Sanburne Woodson of Cumberland County, Virginia, married Ambrose Bramlitt, an early settler of Bedford County, Virginia, in 1768. The family migrated to North Carolina, before 1774. His son, Jesse Hughes Bramlett (b. 1774) married his cousin, Esther Welborn, in 1800 in Wilkes County, Georgia. They had nine children, 1801-1824. The family migrated to Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, in 1817. Record lists children of their son, John Woodson Bramlitt (1801-1868), and children of his daughter Ella Dale Bramlitt Mabry (1856-1904).

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