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The Flemings of Bransford

by Gertrude Fleming Tuttle and Fred Miller Robinson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
  • Mount Pleasant, South Carolina : F.M. Robinson, 1994
  • Bethpage, Tennessee : G.F. Tuttle,
iv, 64 p. : map, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes Sloan, Stamps, Thompson and related families.

This book "is a collection of names and short items of interest about descendants of the family of Beverly Newton Fleming [1826-1904] and Mary Hubbard Robertson [1824-1911] who set up housekeeping on Bledsoe Creek at Bransford in the 11th Civil District of Sumner County, Tennessee in the year of 1850."--Introd.

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