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A few of the descendants of Charles Mayberry/Mabry of Grayson (Carroll) Co. VA., 176?-1840

by Ora Belle Mayberry McColman ... [et al.]
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Roanoke, Virginia : O.M. McColman, 1987
2 v. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Donor: Gift of Sharyll Ann Richards and Arthur D. Richards, 1989.

Includes index.

Charles Mayberry/Mabry (176?-1840) emigrated from England with two brothers and his father Isaac to Virginia. He settled in Carroll Co., VA and married (1) Elizabeth Helton about 1785-86. Their first child Amelia, was born about 1787. They were the parents of nine children: Amelia (Reynolds), Joshua, John, Isaac, Nancy (Sutphin). Samuel (b.1802) married Tabitha Branscome, Elizabeth (Montgomery), Joseph J. and Susannah (Montgomery). He married (2) Sarah. Several generations of descendants are given.

Includes Nester, Worrell, Turman, Reynolds, Spence, Sutphin, Bowman, Bolt, Cox and other related families.

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