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The Zearleys and their descendants

Beth A. Hamilton, editor ; prepared from the West Virginia University 125 Anniversay Family Heritage Celebrartion
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[Morgantown, West Virginia? : West Virginia University?, 1992?]
iii, 163 leaves : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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"Research in progress: 1992."

Contents: John Joshua Zearly, the patriarch, 1790-1857 / Beth A. Hamilton -- Jacob Abner Zearley, 1821-1881 / Ray Kenneth Cadle -- John Hixon Zearley, 1828-1914 / Lary D. Zearly -- Addis Guyhugh Zearly, 1855-1945 / Beth A. Hamilton -- David Scott Zearly / Robert F. Kennedy -- Isaac Judson Zearly, 1860-1924 / Beth A. Hamilton ; E. Porter Zearley ; Esther Z. Chaplin -- Edmund Lee Zearley, 1866-1938 / Margaret A. Zearly -- Growing up with Joy Zearly (1894-1972) and Gay Elizabeth Zearly Alleman (1900-1980) / Beth A. Hamilton -- 1992 Zarley/Zearley/Zerley family directory -- Family surname index.

John Zearley (1790-1857) was born in Greene County, Pennsylvania, the son of Jacob and Mary Hartman Zeaarly. He married Anna Hixon (1792- 1834) of New Jersey, ca. 1814. They had ten children, 1816-1832, born in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He married 2) Anna Darnell (1812-1891) in 1843 at Baker's Ridge, Monongalia County, West Virginia. They had three children, 1845-1852. He died at Point Marion, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, and was buried at Stewartstown, West Virginia. She died in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and was buried there. Descendants lived in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, and elsewhere. Some descendants spell their suname Zarley or Zerley.

Includes the Becilla, Blosser, Cadle, Robison, and other related families.

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