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Genealogy of a Hight family : Virginia 1725 to California 1996

by James Russell Hight
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Citrus Heights, California : J. R. Hight], 1996
iv, [68] leaves : ill., facsims, maps, ports.

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A narrative of the Hight family in America beginning with John Hight, born about 1634 in England, who traveled to New Kent, Virginia about 1656. Also contains list of descendants for John Hight born about 1795 in New Kent, Virginia and died in Amherst County Virginia, and James Lusk born about 1665 in Scotland, who died in Rockbridge County, Virginia. Robert Wilson was born about 1665 in Scotland, and died in Augusta County, Virginia. Also James Washington Bedingfield born in 1835 in South Carolina, and died in Carroll County, Arkansas. Descendants lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, California and elsewhere.

Includes Hight, Hite, Lusk, Wilson, Bedingfield, Holt, Burton, Crawford, Dipiazza, Dougherty, Foster, Greek, Holt, Maxwell, McNamara, Myers, Wallack, Zaccone and related families.

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