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Our George family

by Amanda Rudder Taylor Shockey
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Camden, Ohio] : A.R.T. Shockey, 1991
ca. 150 leaves : ill., ports., maps

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Ancestors and descendants of William "Arthur" George (1883-1950), the second son of "Jim" George and Lovina Stillings. He married Amanda Margaret Jones (1885-1917), daughter of Isaac Jones and Caroline Roach, in 1902. She was born in Laurel Co., Ky. Isaac George (1635-1689) was born in Charles City, Warwick Co., Va. to the immigrant parents, John George and Jane Cole. John George was born ca. 1604 in Writtle, Essex Co., England, and married 1623 in Tillingham, Essex Co. Jane Cole, who was born ca. 1606 in Tillingham. Isaac George married Heston Fawdon ca. 1654 in Virginia. Descendants live in Virginia, North Carolina, Arkansas, Illinois, Ohio and elsewhere.

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Includes allied families of Jones, Cottingim, Chesnut, Reams, etc.

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