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The Wilson, Hallmark, Hendricks, Hewitt families

by Barnett F. Wilson
Wilson, Barnett (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Fort Payne, Alabama] : B.F. Wilson, [19--]
88 p. : geneal. tables

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Ancestry is traced to various families including the following: John Bainham (ca. 1569-ca.1629) who came to Jamestown, Virginia from England in 1616; George Hallmark (ca. 1740-1809) who was born in England and married Leeannah Mynatt and later died in Greene County, Tennessee; Daniel Murphree who sold land in Bertie County, North Carolina in 1747; James Hendricks and his wife, Jane who came from Holland to America ca. 1740; Leonard Tarrant who was born in Scotland ca. 1682 and came to Essex County, Virginia; Goldsmith Whitehouse Hewitt who was born in England in 1766 and came to America where he married Nancy Kirkman and lived in North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama where he died in 1846; William Wilson (died 1811) of Abbeville District, South Carolina, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Wilson; and others. Many of the families lived in Alabama.

Includes Ingram, Gamble, Murphree, Bynum/Bainham, Blackburn, Brooke, Tarrant, and related families.

Includes index.

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