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The Doty/Anderson/Shepperd and allied families

compiled and written by Carl V. Wright
Wright, Carl V. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Ganado, Texas : C.V. Wright, c1993
594, [22] p.

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This book on the Doty, Anderson and Shepperd families traces the ancestors from Mayflower passengers, Edward Doty and Edward Fuller, from Massachusetts to New Jersey, to North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and into Texas. Edward Doty was born ca. 1595/99. He landed in Plymouth in 1620. He married in 1634 Faith Clark, daughter of Tristram and Faith Clark. Edward died probably in Plymouth, Mass., 1655 and Faith in Marshfield in 1675. Descendants of William Shepperd (ca.1777-1828), who died in Montgomery Co., Ala. He was married to Elvey Anderson (1779-1860) in 1802 in Richmond Co., Ga. She was born in Onslow Co., N.C., and died in Upshur Co., Texas. William and and Elvey were parents of eleven children.

Includes Doty, Anderson, Shepperd, Brack and allied families.

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