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Family Bible [records, 1802-1922] of William Jones and Mary Isham Keith

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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1970
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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IN Family Bible records / Elijah Clarke Chapter, D.A.R. leaves 55-56.

Microfilm of typed transcript of original records.

Bible found at the Payne Book Store, Athens, Georgia, 1946.

William Jones (1802-1867), a native of Canarwine, Wales, and Mary Isham Keith (1818-1846) were married in 1835. She was probably the granddaughter of Marshall Keith, a native of Fauquier County, Virginia, who migrated to Columbia County, Georgia, in 1771 and died there in 1811 at age 63. William and Mary Isham Jones had five children, 1836-1845. Their son, William Henry Harrison Jones (1840-1922) and Sophia B. Green (1842-1907), a native of Culpepper County, Virginia, were married in 1866. They had six children 1867-1880.

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