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Ancestors and descendants of Charles Humphries (d.1837) of Union District, South Carolina, 1677-1984 : including records from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and other states

by Brent Howard Holcomb
Books/Monographs
English
Columbia, South Carolina : B.H. Holcomb, c1985
viii, 228 p. : facsim., ports.

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Includes bibliographic references.

Includes index (prepared by Katherine L. Hester).

Includes Betenbaugh, Greer, Gregory, Holcombe (Holcomb), Peake, Young and related families.

Evans Humphreys (fl.1677-1710) was imported from England to Surry County, Virginia, and married Jane Stringfellow. Charles Humphries Sr. (ca.1725-1803), grandson of Evans, married Mary Bennett (?), and moved from Virginia to Johnson County, North Carolina and later to Chester District, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and elsewhere.

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