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The Gossetts of South Carolina

Jeffrey L. Gossett
Gossett, Jeffrey, 1949- (Main Author)
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English
  • Rock Hill, South Carolina : J. L. Gossett, c1997
  • Milledgeville, Georgia : Boyd Pub. Co., 1997
iv, 598 p. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports.
1890307017

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Includes information on various Gossett families. Many of them migrated to South Carolina from Pittsylvania County, Virginia. Some arrived in Spartanburg and Unions counties ca. 1786. Many are descendants of John Gossett (ca. 1753-ca. 1799) who bought land in Spartanburg County, South Carolina in 1787. Related families also lived in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and elsewhere.

Includes White, Harmon, Godfrey, LeMaster, Keith, Blackwell, and related families.

Includes index.

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