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The descendants of Alexander McCullough of Henry County, Virginia

by William L. Rushing
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Jacksonville, Florida : W. Rushing, 1983
138 p. : ill.

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Alexander McCullough was born in 1770. In 1797 he married Susannah Nance in Virginia and they had 12 children. They eventually moved to Tennessee where their children were raised. Information on their descendants are included in this material. Today descendants live in Tennessee, Florida, Utah, and elsewhere. At least one branch of his descendants joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and moved to Utah about 1855.

Includes McCullough, Goodlow, Smith, Arnett, King, Rushing, Fryer, Murphy, and related families.

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