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Martin - Arnold and allied families : Lanier, Bailey, Swan, Sandidge, Gholston, Morgan and Born : migration from VA to TN, GA, AL, & AR

by Mary Arnold Kaufman
Books/Monographs
English
Knoxville, Tennessee : Tennessee Valley Publishing, c1995
vii, 212 p. : ill., geneal. charts, ports.

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Includes index.

John William Martin, son of John Martin and Katherine, was born 15 Jan 1716/ 1717. He married Martha Metcalf about 1745. They had 8 children. John died 27 Feb 1824 in Halifax County, Virginia. Martha was born about 1719 and died about 1812 in Halifax County, Virginia. Their descendants have lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, and other areas throughout the United States.

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