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Henri Cabaniss (immigrant) : papers from the family files with Rowland/Thomas connections and some ancestors and descendants of Jane Thomas Rowland and Arthur Ray Rowland

Henri Cabaniss (immigrant)
by Jane Thomas Rowland
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Augusta, Georgia : RR Books, 1998
16 p. : geneal. tables

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Includes index.

Chiefly, a record of 14 generations of descendants of Henri Cabaness who was born about 1655 in La SalleGard, France. He arrived in Mannakin Town, Virginia in 1700. He married Mary Harrison who was the daughter of George Harrison. They had two sons. Henri died in Prince George County, Virginia. Henri and Mary's first son Matthew was born about 1709 in Prince George County, Virginia. He married Hannah Caly about 1736. She was the daughter of Thomas Clay. They had eleven children. Matthew Cabaness died about 1789 in Nottaway County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Texas, Georgia, Alabama and elsewhere.

Includes Cabaniss, Freeman, Gunn, Hale, Ponder, Spencer, Thomas and related families.

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