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Smith-Garrett and allied families of Overton, Fentress and Pickett Counties, Tennessee : the genealogy of Joseph Albert Smith and Nova Catherine Garrett

Smith-Garrett family history
by Oma Smith
Books/Monographs
English
Jacksonville, Florida : O. Smith, c1979
xi, 549 p., [20] p. of plates : ill., geneal. tables (on end papers), ports.

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Bibliography: p. 491-498.

Includes index.

Includes Boles, Carmack, Livingston, McClellan, Winningham and related families.

George Smith (ca. 1760-1839) moved about 1790 to ". . . the Cumberland Plateau area of Tennessee where he settled on land that was to become Overton County in 1806, Fentress County in 1823, and Pickett County in 1879."

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