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A genealogy of the Stansel family

by Thomas McAdory Owen
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Carrollton, Alabama : , 1900
7 pages. : [1] leaf of plates : portraits.

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Electronic reproduction. Salt Lake City, Utah : FamilySearch International, 2013.

Includes Hines, Miles, Newell, Riddle, Sherrod, Trantham and related families.

William Stansel II (1792-1860) was a son of William Stansel I, a Huguenot of French lineage who immigrated from England to South Carolina. William II was born in Barnwell District, South Carolina, moved to Washignton County, Georgia, and in 1821 married Jane C. Hanesworth Riddle. Descendants and relatives lived in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas and elsewhere.

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