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The Hardin family in Guilford County, North Carolina : our Alley family in Virginia : our two Carter families in Virginia

by Katherine Hardin Marsh Peyton ; edited by Mary A. Browning ; with research contributed by Donald W. Hoover
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English
High Point, North Carolina : K.H.M. Peyton, c1995
8, 116 p. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Charles (ca. 1757-ca.1807) and Jean Hardin acquired property in Guilford County, North Carolina in 1778. Other progenitors include the following: Finley Stewart was born in County Down, Northern Ireland in 1730, married Prudence Shaw, and died in 1821 in Guilford County, North Carolina; William Field was born in 1698 and died in Tyrone Township, Pennsylvania in 1748, after which his family moved to Guilford County in 1757; Thomas Alley Sr. (ca. 1702-ca. 1773) owned land in Henrico County, Virginia; John R. Carter (1769-ca. 1817) was born in England and settled in Scott County, Virginia; and Thomas Carter (ca. 1630-ca. 1700) was born in England and died in Lancaster County, Virginia.

Includes Field, Stewart and other related families.

Includes index.

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