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Information on the Garrett family

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1988
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript and ms. collection (photocopy, [30] leaves) at the Warren County Historical Museum, Warrenton, Missouri.

Banks Garrett was probably born a little earlier than 1800 at Center Cross, Essex County, Virginia. He and his wife, Elizabeth, had six children, born in Virginia. He died ca. 1868 at the home of Robert Garrett, Warren County, Missouri.

Thomas Garrett (1758-1827) and his wife, Ann Jones, lived and died in Virginia. They had nine children, 1784-1805. Children migrated to Missouri.

Includes abstracts of documents in Essex County and King and Queen County, Virginia, containing Garrett names; a list of Virginia marriages of persons with the Garrett surname, ca. 1784-1812; and Garrett families from the records of Jefferson County and Shelby County, Kentucky.

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