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Padgetts, then and now

by the Padgett sisters [Florence Padgett Sikes and Jacklyn Padgett Staats]
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English
Riverview, Florida : Padgett Sisters, [1994?]
2 v. : geneal. tables.

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Contents: v. 1. Hopkins Padgett and Mary Branch -- v. 2. James Tippon and Louisa Anita Alvarez. James Tippon and Vandalia Ella Willis.

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Hopkins Padgett was born ca. 1775 in Colleton District, South Carolina. He married Mary Branch (b. ca. 1775) ca. 1796 in South Carolina. They had ten children, ca. 1796-ca. 1825, born in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. He died in Hamilton County, Florida, between 1840 and 1850. Descendants listed lived in Florida and elsewhere.

James Tippon Padgett (1837-1917) was born at Jasper, Florida, the son of Elijah and Charity Hunter Padgett. He married Louisa Anita Alvarez (1844-ca. 1892), daughter of Joseph and Nancy Prevatt Alvarez, ca. 1859 in Florida. They had twelve children, 1859-1881, born at Olney, Florida. He married 2) Vandalia Ella Willis (1877-1961) in 1899 at Titusville, Florida. They had four children, 1900-1907, born at Olney. Descendants lived in Florida and elsewhere.

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