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Joseph Knotts & Mary Arnold

compiled by Robert Homer Knotts
Knotts, Robert Homer (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Salisbury, North Carolina : R.H. Knotts, c1984
357 p. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports.
Knotts family history; v. 11, pt. 1-2

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Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of Joseph Knotts. He was born 31 Jan 1806 in Monongalia County, Virginia, to Absolom Knotts and Nancy Ann Myers. He married Mary Arnold 4 Feb 1827 in Harrison County, West Virginia. She was born 5 Aug 1810 in Harrison County, Virginia, to John Arnold and Jemima Jackson. He died 12 Mar 1853 in Gilmer County, West Virginia. She died 12 Aug 1899. They were the parents of five children. Descendants lived in West Virginia, Ohio, Oklahoma, and elsewhere.

Ancestors include: Absolom Knotts and Nancy Ann Myers, Robert Knotts and Esther Dawley, James Knotts, John Arnold and Jemima Jackson, Joseph Myers, and others.

Includes Lynch, Arnold, Jackson, Morgan, Offutt, Hickman, Starcher, Kingsbury, Cain, Anderson, and other related families.

Contents: section 1. pg. 1-200 -- section 2. pg. 201-357.

Library has bound parts 1 and 2 together.

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