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The Tribble family II : (descendants of Peter Tribble of Essex County, Virginia)

compiled by Keith Rozendal
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[El Cajon, California : K. Rozendal], 1992
xiv, 936p. : geneal. tables, maps, ports

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Genealogical table titled "The Tribble family to about 1850" in pocket.

Peter Trible, born ca 1738, and died in Essex County, Virginia in 1738. The focus of this book is to document his descendants with emphasis on the family to Nancy Tribble, 1904-1970, his 7th great granddaughter. Her father Arthur Labanis Tribble was born 17 Dec 1869 in Hallsville, Boone County, Missouri. Information is included on families marrying into the Tribble family and descendants living in South Dakota, California, Missouri and other states.

Bibliography: p. vii-xii.

Includes index.

Includes information on the Ballenger, Burrus, Chenault, Dyer, Martin, Rozendal, Winn, and Stoner families.

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