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A journey through history with the Short and Barnes families

compiled and written by Patricia Short Makris
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English
[Bellville, Illinois] : P. Makris, c1992
v, 235 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes information on the Austin, Garner, Gibson, Hill and Long families.

Family history and genealogical information about the ancestors and descendants of David Washington Short (born 4 January 1875 in Sewanee, Tennessee) and Litha Barnes who was born 23 June 1883 in Sherwood, Tennessee. David was a descendant of William Short who immigrated to America ca. 1635 from England and settled in Charles City County (now Prince George Co.) Virginia. Litha was a descendant of Charles Barnes who lived and died in Mecklenberg Co., North Carolina ca. 1773. David Short married Litha Barnes 19 February 1903. They lived in Tennessee and were the parents of five children. Descendants lived primarily in Tennessee.

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