Of turkeys and eagles

Spencer "Bones" Pearson
Pearson, Spencer (Main Author)
Corpus Christi, Texas : S. Pearson, c1998
287 p. : ill., ports.


Traces author's various ancestral lines which include the following: John Woodson (born ca. 1586) and his wife Sarah, who came to America in 1619; Francis Mason (born ca. 1584) who came to America in 1613 who later married Alice Ganey; William Coxe (born ca. 1598); Henry Seawell who was in America by 1632 and Alice Willoughby; James Thelaball who came to Virginia from France before 1648; James Ammonet (born 1665) in Loudon, France; Edward Walton Sr., born about 1634, died ca. 1675 in Virginia; Norton Goodman born 1774 of Cumberland, Virginia; William Wallace Carlisle who came to America ca. 1730; Sullivan Pearson (ca. 1732-ca. 1797) who lived in North Carolina; Richard Holeman (died 1789) and Jean Carleisle of Virginia and North Carolina; Judas Levi, born in London, who came to Virginia in 1771and later married Mary McGraw and later settled in Kentucky; John McCollister Hutton who came to America from Ireland and later died in Williamson County, Tennessee in 1832; James Daniel, born after 1765 and died after 1806 in Person County, North Carolina; and John Hallum who died in 1764 in Rowan County, North Carolina.

Includes index.



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