Discovering Chandler lines, 1474-1996, in Tennessee death records, 1908-1944

Annamae Barber Chandler, editor and author; Philip A. Gowan, John R. Rossell, transcribers
Seattle, Washington : ABChandler, c1996
xi, 450 p. : ill., geneal. tables, ports.


Bibliography: p. 337-350.

Includes indexes.

Contains abstracts of Tennessee death certificates for Chandler relatives which are arranged by county and genealogies compiled from those abstracts and other sources.

Includes lists of funeral homes, occupations, and researchers.

"Only lines which seem to be fairly well supported by Death Certificates, 1820-1880, 1900, 1920 U.S. censuses, or prior research of the author, are shown here. Some are very short -- no further connections were found. A few are long, being supported by much research."--P. 75

Gives the ancestors and descendants of the following people: Rev. Rufus Chandler of Connecticut; Daniel H./Ruth Felt of New York; Daniel J./Fannie J. Hoff of Maine; James/Sarah J. Mills, Hardeman County, Tennessee; Shadrack Chandler of Orange County, North Carolina; William R. Chandler of Pennsylvania; Benjamin/Lucinda Anderson, Hickman County, Tennessee; family without parents (Chandlers), Sevier County, Tennessee; James/Eunice Lea of Person County, North Carolina; William/Judith Chandler of Halifax County, Virginia - Allen Branch; Timothy/Justine Woolfolk, Caroline County, Virginia - Henry Branch; and Joel/Priscilla Chandler, Cumberland County, Virginia - Robert Branch.



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