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Wrather, Magness, Ragsdale families

compiled by Mary Lou Williams
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Warren, Michigan : M.L. Williams, 1996
1 v. (various pagings)

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Includes index.

Includes Adams, Barnhill, Ezell, Filbeck, Fillbeck, Hall, Hughes, Jackson, Jones, Klapp, Lancaster, Martin, Roberson, Ross, Sexton, Smith, Snow, Staples, Sutton, Wallace, Williams, Wilson, and related families.

Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of William Wrather, Peregrin Magness, and Godfrey Ragsdale. William Wrather immigrated from Wales to America before the Revolutionary War. He was the father of ten children. Peregrin Magness was born in 1725 and died in 1799. His grandchildren were living in Tennessee in the early 1800's. Godfrey Ragsdale was born ca. 1615 in East Bridgeford, England. He died 18 Apr 1644 in Henrico County, Virginia. Descendants of these men live in Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, and elsewhere.

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