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Samuel Alsup of Benton County, Tennessee and his descendants

The Alsup connection
Reba Rae Morgan Alsup
Books/Monographs
English
Monument, Colorado : R.R. Alsup, 1991
A-Y, 247 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Descendants of Samuel Alsup (1788-1855), son of Joseph Alsup and Drucilla Lawson, who was born in North Carolina. He died in Big Sandy, Benton Co., Tennessee. He was a farmer. He married Susan (ca. 1788- 1860) abt. 1807. They had seven children. This family lived in Hurricane Creek, Stewart Co., Tenn. in 1810-1812. In 1827 they lived in Henry Co., 1830 in Humphreys Co., and 1840 and 1850 in Benton Co., Tennessee. Descendants live in Tennessee, Missouri, California, Illinois, Texas, Michigan and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes allied families of Brewer, Forrest, Helton, McClanahan, Poplin, Welch, Wyatt, Collins, Davis, etc.

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