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Descendants of Mary Eliza Flagg, wife of John Broadhurst Corner, of Prince George County, Virginia : descended from Thomas Flegg of Watertown, Massachusetts

compiled and published by Sharon L. Nowery
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English
Chester, Virginia : S.L. Nowery, 1994
28, [3] leaves. : ill., ports.

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Mary Eliza Flagg (1829-1910) was born at Cornerville, Washington County, Ohio, the tenth and youngest child of James Flagg. She married John Broadhurst Corner (1821-1903)in 1849 in Washington County. They had nine children, 1854-1869. The family migrated to Virginia, in 1875 and purchased land at Cedar Level, Prince George County. John and Mary Corner are buried in the Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia. Children and grandchildren lived in Virginia and elsewhere.

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