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John Lightfoot of Brunswick Co., Virginia : and some of his descendants

compiled by Mary Hestad Lightfoot and Mable Lightfoot Yokley
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Livermore, California : M.H. Lightfoot, 1996
118, [14] leaves : ports. (some col.)
1st ed

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Photocopy of original, 1999. (F.H. Library has photocopied leaves to pages).

John Lightfoot was in Brunswick County, Virginia in 1777 and later died there in 1806. He had at least three children, Naley, Claiborne (ca. 1765-1809), and John Lightfoot, Jr. (born ca. 1768). Claiborne married Elizabeth Wray and later died in Kentucky. Descendants lived in Kentucky, Oklahoma, Illinois, Texas, Alabama, and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Lightfoot, Carlock, Kirby, Moore, Glasscock, Young, Harper, Upton, Hendricks, Pearson, Black, Meador, Bransom, Jackson, Sparks, Miller, Shipley, Jones, Hawpe and related families.

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