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John Owsley

Ronny O. Bodine
Books/Monographs
English
Fort George G. Meade, Maryland : R.O. Bodine, 1989-1990
2 v. : ill., facsims., maps

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Contents: v.1. John Owsley : a Virginia soldier of the American Revolution and pioneer settler of Tennessee -- v. 2. John Owsley : the rest of the story.

Life and family history of John Owsley (1757-1845), the elder of the two sons of John and Ann Owsley, who was born in Loudoun Co., Virginia. Having completed his military service John Owsley returned home to Loudoun County and on 15 Aug. 1778 married Charity Barton. They had five children born there. Sometime prior to 1792 they moved west to Tennessee. Three more children were born in Tennessee, where family lived in Claiborne County. Descendants live in Tennessee, Missouri and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes allied families of Drummonds, Goin, Keck, Meyers/Myers, Treece, Yaden/Yadon, etc.

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