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Genealogy of the Collier family and allied families

compiled by Mrs. S. F. Watters
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Reprint ed.

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Microreproduction of original published: La Roy, Ill. : Mrs. S.F. Watters, 1964. 71 leaves : coat of arms.

Originally printed: 1959.

Reproduced from typescript.

William Collier, "a weaver of London", and his wife, Sally, were married ca. 1654. He immigrated to America and settled first at York County, Virginia, later moving to New Kent County, Virginia. He served in the New Kent militia in 1675. His great great grandson, John Collier (1742-1821), a Revolutionary War soldier, was born in King and Queen County, Virginia, and died in Madison County, Kentucky. Some descendants are listed of his two sons, James and John Collier. They lived in Indiana and elsewhere.

Includes the Pollard, Cunningham, Phillips, Barnett, Sloan, and other connected families, chiefly ancestors of the author, Bertha Beatrice Barnett Watters (b. 1887) of Le Roy, Illinois.

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