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Mary Ann (Boaz) Francis (1798-1860) and her descendants

Family of Mrs. Corbin H. Francis
compiled by T.D. Boaz, Jr. and Roberta (McDaniel) Ellis
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
McLean, Virginia : T.D. Boaz, Jr., 1993
446, [28] p.

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Cover title: The family of Mrs. Corbin H. Francis.

The emigrant ancestor, Thomas Boaz (1721-1791) and his wife, Agnes (1720's-ca. 1823), are believed to have come to America in 1749 settling in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia. They were married 1742 in Northern Ireland. Thomas Boaz was probably from Scotland. Descendants of Mary Ann Boaz (1798-1860), daughter of Edmond Boaz and Sally Thurman. She was born in Pittsylvania Co., Va., and died in Weakley Co., Tenn. She married 1821 in Pittsylvania Co., Corbin H. Francis (1760's-ca. 1834), son of Ephraim Francis and Frances Petty. They were parents of eight children. Descendants live in Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, California and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Boaz, Francis, McDaniel, Perry, Wyatt and allied families.

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