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Kidd, histories-genealogy, years 1559 through 1998 : ancestors and descendants of George Washington Kidd & wife Mary Elinda Elizabeth Morrow, including branches into extended families

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English
[Sandy, Utah : L.K. & D.J. Kidd, 1998?]
518 p. : ill., coats of arms, ports.

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Title from cover.

Includes early Kidd families such as Thomas Kidd who was born in 1626 in Soham, Cambridge, England and came to Lancaster County, Virginia in 1648. He married Jane Willis ca. 1669. Includes family of John Kidd Sr., born in 1763 in Buckingham County, Virginia who married Selia Anderson. He later died in Nelson County, Virginia. One of John and Selia's descendants was George Washington Kidd (1852-1929) who was born in Bolivar, Missouri and married Mary Elinda Elizabeth Morrow in 1879. He died in Kaysville, Utah. Related family members lived in Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, Missouri, Indiana, Idaho, California, Montana, and elsewhere.

Includes Harmon, Butler, Gravitt, Patten, King, Hillsman ,Morrow, Sain, Lones, Taylor, Logan, Chastain, Hardy,and related families.

Includes index.

Includes September 1998 additions and corrections.

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