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Genealogical research & findings relative to the Porter family - Saline County, Illinois

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[Houston, Texas] : C.L. Murphy, 1993
[36] leaves

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Descendants of Edward (1730-1771) and Mary Porter. Edward died in Loudoun, Va. They had five children. Descendants are through their son, Elias Charles Porter (1760-1848), born in Fairfax Co., Va., married 1787 in Virginia, Nancy Turner Clark, buried near New Lisbon, Randolph Co., Indiana. Descendants live in Illinois and elsewhere. Includes Poindexter family of Virginia. George Poindexter (1631- 1690) came to America ca. 1651 to York (later Kent) Co., Va. He had three sons: Thomas (1657-1706) born in New kent Co., Va., married Sarah Crawford (1666-1752) in 1696; George Jr. and; John. Includes Apperson family originally from England later in Virginia and North Carolina, and the Stinson family originally from Ireland and later in North Carolina. Includes only family group records.

Includes Porter, Poindexter, Apperson, Stinson and allied families.

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