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The Touchtones of Maryland, Virginia, North & South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana

by Mary Eleanor Sandel & Elias Wesley Sandel
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
[Amite, Louisiana] : M.E. & E.W. Sandel, c1972
36 leaves


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Henry W. Touchstone Sr. (b.1790) served in the War of 1812, and married Siusannah Smith in Barnwell County, South Carolina. They moved to Valadosta, Georgia. Descendants and relatives lived in South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana and elsewhere. Includes much genealogical data about Touchstone individuals and families (with many various spellings) between about 1634 and the present.

Includes index (listing Tutt, Tusten, Tuchstone, Touchston, Touchstone, Tutten and other variations).

Includes Allen, Martin, Pendleton, Stuart, Stone and other families.

Library copy imperfect: leaves 8, 16, 23 and 26 missing.

Also available on microfiche and digital images.



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