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The Lowe family : ancestors and descendants of William Albert Lowe and Fannie Harriet Turner : ancestral lines: Witcher, Keen, Blair, Turner and Lowe : descendant lines: Perry, Douglass, Lowe and Reed

by Kenneth Charles Reed
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Houston, Texas : K.C. Reed, 1997
vii, 47 p. : ill., ports.

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"Originally published November 1984."

William Albert Lowe (1857-1926) was born in Sevier County, Tennessee, the son of William Conrad Lowe (1828-1908) and Barbara "Barbry" Frame Lowe (1828-1904). He migrated to Grayson County, Texas, ca. 1880. He married Fannie Harriet Turner (1860-1946) in Grayson County, Texas, in 1882. They had six children, 1883-1904. The family moved to central Texas and lived in or near the towns of Santa Anna, Blanket, and Gorman, Texas. William Albert and Fannie Lowe died at Gorman, Texas. Descendants lived in Texas and elsewhere.

Includes the Perry, Douglass, Reed and other related families.

Also includes ancestral and related families. Ancestors include: William Witcher (1724-1808), a captain in the Revolutionary War of Liverpool, England and Pittsylvania County, Virginia -- William Blair (ca. 1750-1790) of Moneymore, County Londonderry, Ireland and York County, Pennsylvania -- Peter Henry Turner (1822-1901) of Pittsylvania County, Virginia and Santa Anna, Texas; and his father James B. Turner -- Albert Jefferson Lowe (1801-1852) of Tennessee.

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