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The Roberts-Orme ancestry

John Franklin Vallentine ; John Douglas Roberts, editor
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Dunedin, New Zealand : J.D. Roberts, c1994-
v.
  • 0473025167 v 1
  • 0473025159 set of 2 volumes

Notes

To view a digital version of Vol. 1 of this item click here.

To view a digital version of Vol. 2 of this item click here.

Bibliography: p. 239-253.

Contents: v. 1. Roberts, Muir, and allied families -- v. 2. Orme, Wood, and allied families.

Two geneal. tables in back pocket.

Ancestors of John Douglas Roberts (b. 1925) and Peggy Marie Orme (b. 1924). John Douglas Roberts is the son of John Douglas Roberts and Mary Aline Muir. He was born at Waco, McLennan Co., Texas. He married 1949 at Austin, Texas, Peggy Marie Orme (later divorced). She was born at Waco, a daughter of James Robert Orme and Mary Katharine Wood. Genealogy extends to all known descendants of the grandparents of John Douglas Roberts and Peggy Marie Orme. (Harrison) Simpson Roberts (1847-1933), son of Richard Roberts and Eleanor J. Harris, was born in Henry Co., Ky. and died at his home in Springfield, Washington Co., Ky. He married 1878 at Covington, Kenton Co., Ky., Mary Elizabeth Brent (1853-1951), daughter of John Deal Brent and Elizabeth Barbara Garvin. She was born in Hart Co., Ky. The other set of grandparents of J.D. Roberts were, Samuel Boone Muir (1860-1906) and Elizabeth Josephine Cox (1863-1932). Samuel was born in Fayette Co., Ky. to Eliphalet Samuel Muir and Margaret Ann Tarlton; Elizabeth Josephine was born in Platte Co., Mo. to William Gashum Cox and Sarah Ann Stone. Volume 1 treats the history of the American Roberts-Muir families and

v. 2 that of the American Orme-Wood families.

Includes index.

Includes Boone, Brent(s), Bryan, Cooper, Cox, Demarest, Enyard, Garvin, Muir, Maddox, Stone, Tarlton, Van Cleve and allied families.

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