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Dabney genealogy

compiled by Elaine T. Dean
Dean, Elaine Tharp (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Hiwasse, Arkansas : E.T. Dean, [1987]
34 leaves

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Title from cover.

Includes original spelling of surname d'Aubigne.

Cornelius Dabney was born ca. 1640 in France and died in Virginia before 1701. He married in England about 1668 to Susanne (surname unknown). She was born about 1640 in England or Wales. They lived in France before coming to America and settling in New Kent County, Virginia. After her first husband died she married a Mr. Anderson. She died in 1724. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Mississippi, Iowa, Missouri and elsewhere. Includes ancestors in France.

Includes Berrett, Nelson, Younger, Quarrels, Armistead, Smith, Winston, Gwathney, Jennings, Anderson, Harris, Meriweather, Price, Watson, Dooley, Birchmeir, Smothers, Tharp, Archer and related families.

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