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James Absalom Knotts Jr.

compiled by Robert H. Knotts
Knotts, Robert Homer (Main Author)
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English
Mulberry, Florida : R.H. Knotts, c1982
ca. 300 leaves : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, port.
Knotts family history; v. 9

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Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of James Absalom Knotts, Jr. He was born in Monongalia County, Virginia, 15 July 1811, to (James) Absalom Knotts and Nancy Meyers. He married Matilda Sayre 16 Nov 1831 in Harrison County, Virginia. She was born 5 Jan 1806 in Preston County, Virginia, to Jedidiah M. Sayre and Elizabeth Weaver. She died 8 Jan 1868 in Oceola, Iowa. He died 20 Feb 1885 in Lucas, Iowa. They were the parents of ten children. Descendants lived in Virginia, Iowa, Mississippi, Canada, and elsewhere.

Ancestors include: Jedediah Sayre (1772-1855) and Elizabeth Weaver (1779-1851), David Sayre (1736-1826) and Hannah Frazier/Frazer (1741-1826), Ephraim Frazee (b. ca. 1703-1776) and Rebecca Cutter (b. ca. 1707), Daniel Sayre and Rebecca Bond, Samuel Sayre, Benjamin Bond and Susannah, Elisha Frazee and Sarah, Absolom Knots and Nancy Meyers, Joseph Meyers, Robert Knots and Esther Dawley, James Knotts and Anne Scott, and others.

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