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Spanning the centuries with the Hale family

written and edited by Muriel Nadine Hale Lynch
Books/Monographs
English
  • Independence, Missouri : M.N.H. Lynch, 1990
  • Kansas City, Missouri : MNL Publishers, 1999
3 v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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John Hale was born in 1754 in Bedford County, Virginia. He served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He married Mary Hail 17 August 1793 in Wythe County, Virginia. They had two known children, John T. Hale and Thomas Hale. He died 4 March 1838 in Bledsoe County, Tennessee. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Texas, Alabama, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and elsewhere.

Each volume is indexed.

Contents: v. 1. Original family history -- v. 2. Updated information and documentation, descendancy chart -- v. 3. Descendancy chart with notes.

Includes Agee, Blankenship, Brewer, Brown, Burgess, Davis, Dunn, Fields, Freeman, Gentry, Hall, Hankins, Hyder, Kerley, Pendergrass, Roach, Roberts, Simmons, Stinnett, Swafford Thurman, Tollett, Tucker, Walker, Wyatt and related families.

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