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John Newton Roberson, 1843-1915, and Martha Ann Davenport, 1843-1931, and their ancestors

by Pauline McConkie Derhak ; with research by Jennis McConkie Betts ; and extra research by Sandra Estes Allen
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English
West Valley City, Utah : Jennies Family Histories, 1998
v. : ill., maps, ports.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 318-324

John Newton Roberson was born in DeKalb County, Georgia, son of Wiles Goram Robinson and Elizabeth Thurman, originally of Chesterfield County, South Carolina. The family changed their surname to "Roberson" between 1845-1850. John married Martha Ann Davenport in 1864, daughter of James Davenport and Rachel Hammock. They joined the L.D.S. Church in 1878 and later moved to Colorado and then, Moab, Utah in 1883.

Includes ancestral families of Hammock, Davenport, and Thurman.

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