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Lamb and allied families of the Sequatchie Valley

by James L. Mohon
Mohon, James L. (Main Author)
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English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1996
xii, 593 p. : ill., facsims., maps.

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Bibliography: p. 499-507

Includes index.

Includes Boyd, Carmack, Choate, Hughes, Standifer, Stewart, and related families.

Errata: p. x.

Family history of Alexander and Adam Lamb, believed to be the sons of Hugh Lamb who came to America from Scotland c. 1753. Alexander Lamb was born 1782 in Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Carmack 1802 in Tennessee where he died in 1862. They raised nine children. Adam Lamb was born c. 1785 in Pennsylvania. He married Nancy Viney Kelly c. 1793 in Tennessee where he died in 1857. They raised eleven children.

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