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Westbrooks-Williams and related Smothermans of Rutherford County, Tennessee : with histories of Midland Community, Oak Grove school, old Leb Church

compiled by Sarah Jones Goodwin, Estelle Jones Potts, and Leoma Smotherman Smotherman
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Murfreesboro, Tennessee : Rutherford County Historical Society, 1984
v, 306 p. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

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William Westbrooks was born about 1801 in England. He came to Virginia in 1816. On 24 November 1825 he married Nancy Murray in Fluvanna County, Virginia. They lived in Virginia for about ten years and during that time five children were born to this union. In or about the year 1836 the family moved from Virginia and in 1840 they settled in Madison County, Alabama. While in Alabama two more children were born. In 1841 the family relocated to the Versailles Community of Rutherford County, Tennessee. William died in 1869. It's not known when Nancy died.

Descendants are located in Tennessee, Texas, North Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere

Includes Carlton, Haynes, Holden, Lamb, Spence, Sudberry and other related families

Includes index.

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