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Webster families of Roane & Anderson Counties, Tennessee

by Snyder Roberts
Books/Monographs
English
[Oak Ridge, Tennessee] : S. Roberts, 1990
12, [47] leaves : facsim., geneal. tables

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This study covers the Webster families and related families, who came from near the little town of East Bend in Surrey Co., N.C. (later split off to form Yadkin County) to Roane and Anderson Counties, Tennessee in 1856. More specifically those coming included the Rev. John Webster (1810) and his three sisters, Anzora Webster Henning, Ruthette (Ruthy) Webster Bruce, and an unmarried sister Sarah (Sally) Webster. Webster families were noted about their work in the early Baptist Churches of Roane and Anderson Counties. Mostly contains handwritten genealogical charts.

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