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Gillentine family reunion, Sunday, July 28, 1985 ... : 1st generation ... 9th generation ...

this information was complied [i.e. compiled] by David Gillentine Jr. and Shirley Gillentine
Pedigree Chart/Pedigree Chart on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Tupelo, Miss. : D. & S. Gillentine Jr., 1985. 1 pedigree chart ; 43 x 28 cm.

Pedigree chart (and notice of 1985 family reunion) for the descendants and relatives of Nicholas Gillentine I (1676-1774). Supposedly he born in England, and immigrated to King William County, Virginia. He married twice, and moved to Amelia County, Virginia. Includes descendants and relatives to 1985 in Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes Anthony, Brown, Chisholm, Collins, Heberling, Hillsman, Nanney Payne, Reed, White, Wigginton and related families.

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