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Hathcock family history

by Douglas Wilburn Hathcock
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Huntsville, Alabama : D.W. Hathcock, 1970-
v. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Most volumes by Douglas Wilburn Hathcock; v. 9 by Debra J. Baugh.

Includes bibliographic references.

Thomas Hatcock (Hathcock?) came to America from England about 1635. He first settled in what is now Northampton County, Virginia. By 1730 descendants had moved to Prince George County and Brunswick County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Indiana, Georgia, Alabama, Texas and elsewhere. Includes family history and genealogical data about ancestry in England to 1166 A.D. Also includes family history and genealogical data about other Hathcock immigrants to America.

Include indexes (listing Hathcox, Hatcoat, Hathcoat, Haithcock, Haithcoat, Heithcock, Heathcock, Heathcoat, Heathcote, Heathcot, Heathcott, Hethcox, Hethcock and other variant spellings).

Includes Almond, Artis, Bell, Blackwell, Bowles, Burrus, Cato (Cater), Craddock, Escue, Furr, Hinson, Hood, Nelson, Pickle, Savage, Whitley and related families.

Contents: v. 1. Hathcock families in Monroe County, Mississippi, 1847-1900 : a genealogical study -- v. 3. Hathcocks in early American history (1730-1790) -- v. 4. Hathcock families in ancient England, colonial Virginia and the Carolinas -- v. 6. Hathcock families of Alabama and other southern states (1812-1880) -- v. 7. Hathcock family history, a summary : also Heathcock, Haithcock, Hathcox, Hethcox, Haithcoat, Hathcoat, and with references to Heathcote -- v. 8. Hathcock families of Tennessee (1812-1880) -- v. 9. The descendants of Benjamin Hathcock -- v. 10. Hathcock families of Georgia (1795-1880).

Vol. 2 and 5 not yet published.

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