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Lines and lifestyles : Dickey, Moore, Parsons, and some related families

Dickey, Moore, Parsons, and some related families
compiled by Marjorie Dickey Parsons
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1988
xvi, 552 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes 2 p. update.

Patrick Dickey immigrated to South Carolina in 1767 and settled first on land on Cloud Creek in present-day Edgefield County. By 1774 he was living in St. Georges Parish, Georgia. He and his wife, Sarah, had at least eight children, all born in Georgia. The family was living in Screven County, Georgia, in 1801, and moved to Putnam County, ca. 1811, where he died in 1825. Descendants lived in Georgia, Alabama, Texas, and elsewhere.

James Moore, a blacksmith, immigrated to America before 1684. He was living in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, by 1692. He and his wife had a son and a daughter. He died before 25 Dec. 1704. Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and elsewhere

John Parsons was living in Georgia in 1787 when he received a grant for land in Burke County. He was living in Jefferson County, Georgia, in 1800 when he wrote his will. In his will, he named his wife, Martha, four sons, six daughters, and three grandchildren. His will was probated in Jefferson County in 1801. Descendants lived in Georgia, Alabama, and elsewhere.

Includes the Callaway, Gammon, Hicks, Jelks, Milner, Moncrief, Wright, and other related families.

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