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The genealogy of the Webster, Martin, Dozier, Staples and Starke families of Wilkes County, Georgia : their ancestors, descendants and kin - Braswell, Wyatt and Martin

The Websters of Wilkes County, Georgia
by Michal Martin Farmer
Farmer, Michal Martin (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Dallas, Texas : Farmer Genealogy Co., 1994
xv, 833 p. : ill., charts, maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Charts on lining papers.

Abner Webster was born 25 December 1761 and died in 1802. He married Elizabeth "Betsy" Martin, aged seventeen, daughter of Ganaway and Ann Martin and granddaughter of Orson and Susanna Martin, in 1783 in Wilkes County, Georgia. Elizabeth was born 14 February 1766 and died after 8 Aug. 1832.

Leonard Dozier was born in France and died ca. 1693 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. His descendants live in Virginia, Georgia, Alabama and other areas throughout the United States.

Orson Martin was born ca. 1710 and died after 14 November 1785. He married ca. 1733, St. Peter's Parish, Virginia, to Susanna Gannaway. Susanna was born ca. 1715 and died after 1773. Susanna was the daughter of John Gannaway.

Thomas Staples was born in the 1670's and died after 1727 in Prince George County, Virginia. He married Ruth before 1720.

John Starke was born ca. 1710 and died after 3 September 1790, in St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia. He married 25 May 1735, Anne Wyatt, born ca. 1715, died after 5 June 1758. Anne was the daughter of John Wyatt of Caroline County, Virginia.

Includes Webster, Martin, Braswell, Ledingham, Dozier, Johnson, Staples, Blow, Malone, Stark, Wyatt, Gunnaway, and related families.

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