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Family history of Levi Adkins, Anderson County, Tennessee

M. M. Greenwood
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Terre Haute, Indiana : M. Greenwood, 1986
53 leaves.

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Includes information on the Carden, Carmichael, Curnutt, Sharp, Strader and Weaver families.

Includes index.

Levi Adkins (1794-1877) was born in Tennessee and is believed to be the son of Elijah Adkins and Nancy Hunter who were both from Montgomery Co., Virginia. Levi married Elizabeth George 22 July 1813 in Paulette Union Co., Tennessee and they reared a family of eleven children. Levi was a baptist minister. He died in 1877 and was buried in the Bethel Church cemetery in Union County. Descendants lived primarily in Tennessee and elsewhere.

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