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Proud to remember : genealogy and history of four ancestral lines of Lula Barzilla Humphrey Kearl: paternal -- Humphrey-Thames; maternal -- Brunson-Marshall; contains all the data procurable on the generations from the first known to the present; some data on the Kirk and Gerald families; statements of unsolved problems and questions.

by Vera Lee Kearl Marshall
Marshall, Vera Lee Kearl (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Provo, Utah : Brigham Young University Press, 1964
vii, 137 p. : ports.

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William Humphrey was born about 1740 in Ireland, and immigrated to Charleston, South Carolina in 1773. He married Catherine Copeley (Coppley) in about 1801, and settled in Manning, Clarendon Co., South Carolina, where he died in 1805.

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