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The Hairston and Penns : and their relations

by Elizabeth Seawell Hairston
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English
[Ann Arbor, Michigan : UMI, 1996?]
193 p. : ill., ports.

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Photoreproduction of original published: Roanoke, Va. : [Walters Printing and Manufacturing Co.], 1940. 1 v.

Peter Hairston, son of Sir Robert Haristans or Hairston, immigrated to America as early as 1730 with his family. His grandson, George Hariston (1750-1827), son of Robert and Ruth Stovall of Campbell County, Virginia, was a colonal in the Revolutionary War. He married Elizabeth Perkins Letcher, a widow with one children, in 1781. They had twelve children, 1783-1804. George and Elizabeth Hariston are buried at "Beaver Creek" their home near Martinsville, Henry County, Virginia. Descendants listed lived in Virginia and elsewhere.

Includes the Penn, Perkins, Wilson Epps Hardyman, Martin, Otey and other connected families.

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