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Garner and Boone and associated families

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English
Clifton, Colorado : J.B.G. Fletcher, 1993
125 p. : ill., facsims., coats of arms, ports.

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The earliest known ancestor, Thomas Garner, was born ca. 1745 in Henry Co., Va., and died 1801 in Rutherford Co., Tenn. He married ca. 1765 Sarah, born ca. 1747. They had eight children. John Richard Garner (1875-1948), son of Elisha G. Garner and Louisa Jane Glover, was born in Giles Co., Tenn., and died in Dale, Pottawatomi Co., Okla. He married 1897 in Giles Co., Mary Elizabeth Boone (1880-1937), daughter of John Wesley Boone and Martha Ardella Roberts. She was born in Marshall Co., Tennessee. Family members and descendants live in Tennessee, Oklahoma, Colorado, California, Texas, Ohio, Virginia, Alabama and elsewhere. Includes descendants of Richard Boone (1825-aft. 1880), who married Nancy Minerva Meese (b. 1825) ca. 1845 probably in Tennessee. Includes descendants of Richard R. Glover (1820-1906) born in Tennessee and died in Giles Co., Tenn. He married Matilda Ferrel (1821-1903) in 1837 in Tennessee.

Includes allied families of Boone, Glover, Roberts etc.

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