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Chambliss, 1630-1987

Jeannette Holland Austin
Books/Monographs
English
Riverdale, Georgia : J.H. Austin, 1991
116 p. : ill., ports.

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Includes index.

Includes information on the Dean, Holland, McGee and Pye families.

Henry Chambliss was born 1660 in Prince Co., Virginia. He was the son of John Chambliss who immigrated to America (likely from France) in the year 1652. Henry married Mary Moore sometime prior to the year 1700. They lived in Prince George Co., Virginia and were the parents of eight children. Descendants lived in Georgia, Virginia, Texas, Alabama and elsewhere.

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