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Descendants of William Emrod McCord & Delilah Ann Kennedy, 1884-1993, Daybrook, West Virginia

compiled by Patricia D. Mitchell
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Dallas, Texas : P. Mitchell, c1993
xv, 105 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes information on the Dibble, Poe, Shrader, Strube and Tennant families.

Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of William Emrod McCord and Delliah Ann Kennedy. William was born 1 April 1863 in Daybrook, Monongalia Co., West Virginia. He was a descendant of John McCord who was born ca. 1759 in New Jersey. Delliah was born 5 February 1864 in Monongalia Co., West Virginia. She was a descendant of William Kennedy and Ellen Shuman. William McCord married Delliah Kennedy ca. 1884. they lived in Daybrook, West Virginia and were the parents of four sons and seven daughters. Descendants lived in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Florida, Oklahoma, Texas, California and elsewhere.

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