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The McLendons of Carroll County, Georgia, and related families

by Lois Clouse McLendon
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1989
284 p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 24 cm.

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Ancestors and descendants of Isaac Newton McLendon (1831-1915), who was born in Wilkes County, Georgia, a son of Willis and Patsy Hay McLendon. He came with his parents to Meriwether Co., Georgia about 1835. Here he grew up, met and married on Feb. 25, 1855, Mary Anne Eliza Rowe (1831-1915). She was a daughter of Allen Rowe and Mary Lewis. Emigrant ancestor of this family was, Dennis MacClendon (d. 1706), a son of John MacLennan, from Scotland. Dennis immigrated to America with his two brothers, John and William. He appears in land records of Perquimans Precinct, North Carolina, in Jan. 1696/97. Descendants live in Georgia, Alabama, South and North Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes McLendon/McClendon/MacClendon and related families of Beavers, Denney, Hubbard, Laminack, Lovvorn, Rowe, Walker, etc.

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