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Official program, seventh annual reunion, Biggs, Ballard, Broyles : Pine Grove, Lindside, Monroe Co., Sunday, August 8th, 1937

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2009

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Digitization of original published: Beckley, West Virginia : Wood Printing Co., [1937]. 33 p. : ill., ports.

Three brothers, William, James and John Biggs came to America from England before the Revolutionary War. John settled in Virginia. Traces some of John's descendants.

John C. Ballard was a son of James Wilson Ballard and was born at Campbell Mills in Henry County, Virginia. Traces some of his descendants. Includes information on early Ballards in England and America.

"The generation of Broyles in Monroe County [West Virginia] seems to have started from one Peter Broyles, the pioneer from Rockbridge County, Virginia."--p. 25. Focuses on the descendants of Andrew J. and Polly McGhee Broyles of Monroe County.

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