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David Allee's children

by Virginia Rae Mueller Allee
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Friendswood, Texas : V.R.M. Allee, c1988
v, 290 [i.e. 291] leaves : ill., geneal. tables

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Bibliography: leaves 283-290.

Thesis (M.S.)--University of Houston-Clear Lake, 1988; thesis written full name of "Virginia Rae Mueller Allee."

David Allee (1762-1835), a son of Nicholas Allee and Ann Stephens, was born in Pittsylvania County, Virginia and served in the Revolutionary War. David married Charity Bybee in 1784, and they moved to Barren County, Kentucky, where he became a Baptist preacher organizing schools and churches on the western frontier. In 1822 they moved to Cooper, Missouri. "Only the Allee sons are traced forward through the census records, court records, land deeds and vital records"-- Leaf iv. Such genealogical records are arranged in alphabetical order by given name. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, California and elsewhere.

Includes Alley as a variant spelling.

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