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History of a family named Wise : other names listed in this record are as follows: Thomas, Mungle, Stillwell, Shacklett, Hardin, Marr, Lawhon, Parker, Howard, Massie

compiled by Holly L. Wise ; ably assisted by her sister, Hazel L. Wise Hetlage
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Electronic reproduction. Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2018.

Typescript (19 leaves).

With: The author's History of a family named Thomas and History of a family named Lawhon or Lawhorn.

William Wise was living in Surry County, Virginia, as early as May 1714, when he recorded the marking of his stock. He married Ledther , sometime before he moved to Brunswick Co., Virginia, in 1727 or 1728. He died in Brunswick County in 1752. He named his wife, six sons, and two daughters in his will. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Illinois.

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