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Additional data on John Willis, son of Henry Willis of Fredericksburg, Virginia

by Elizabeth Willis DeHuff
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
[Augusta, Georgia] : E.W. DeHuff, 1965
34 p.


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Caption title.

Includes index.

Includes Ashley, Dunbar, Harley, McCreary, Rountree and other families.

This is supp. 3 to work entitled: The family of Robert Willis of Barnwell County, South Carolina / compiled by Elizabeth Willis DeHuff. Augusta, Ga. : E.W. DeHuff, 1957. Additional research, because of a tenacious tradition in the family about a relationship of "half-brothers" between Robert Willis of South Carolina and Moore Johnson of Virginia. Includes genealogical data from families in Virginia, South Carolina and elsewhere.

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