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Our Hamblen heritage

by Larry A. Hamblen
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Dallas, Texas : Brooks Publishing, 1990
vii, 293 p. : ill., facsims., coat of arms in color, ports., maps ; 29 cm.
0961905123

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The earliest known ancestor of this family was George Hamblen (ca. 1725- 1800) of Worcester County, Maryland. He was married to Piercy Carey, daughter of Jonathan and Elizabeth Holloway Carey. In 1771 he sold his land in Worcester County and moved south to Halifax County, Virginia. From there he later moved to various counties in Virginia. He moved in 1786 from Pittsylvania County, Virginia to Rockingham County, North Carolina. Descendants live in Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes Hamblen/Hamblin and related families of Reynolds, Ball, Tate, Kidd, McKiddy, Teague, Worley, West, Taylor, Siler, Monhollen, Jones, Powers, Bennett etc.

Includes index.

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