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The descendants of James Dyer and Jane Finn of Jackson Co. Tennessee

Richard E. Preator Jr.
Preator, Richard E. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Salem, Massachusetts : Higginson Book Co., c1998
240 p. : ports.

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Reprint of original published: Peculiar, Missouri : R. E. Preator Jr., c1998. 1 v.

Chiefly a record of some of the descendants of James Dyer and Jane Finn. James was born ca. 1790 in North Carolina. He married Jane Finn ca. 1814. She was born ca. 1799 in Virginia. They were the parents of ten children. He died ca. 1856 in Putnam County, Tennessee. She died after 1880. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Illinois, Montana, and elsewhere.

Includes Allen, Amos, Anderson, Bowman, Bandy, Bean, Birdwell, Brown, Buck, Flatt, Ford, Fox, Gambrell, Gentry, Goolsby, Hensley, Jackson, Judd, Kerr, King, Lane, Lee, Malone, McBroom, Neill, Palk, Pippin, Rector, Robinson, Powell, Smith, Steakley, Ward, Watts, and related families.

Includes index.

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