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Lee forebears : Nathaniel Lee family : Revolutionary years : Christian leaders, circuit riders, bishops : research sketches, history, biography, genealogy : south of the James River, Virginia, 1730-1850

Glenn and Ruth Perdiue
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Muncie, Indiana : G. & R. Perdiue, 1976
126 p. in various pagings : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes index.

Partial contents: pt. 1. Lee leaders of Colonial churches -- pt. 2. A short history of the Methodists in the United States of America / by Jesse Lee, 1810 -- pt. 3. Old Blanford Church, Prince George County -- pt. 4. Coman's Well, Va., 1792-1912 -- pt. 5. Early Lee forefathers; descendants of Nathaniel Lee -- pt. 6. Life of Rev. Jesse Lee -- pt. 7. Jesse Lee in the Revolution; Will E. Lee, minister -- pt. 8. Rev. Leroy Madison Lee; Col. William Ira Lee -- pt. 9. Samuel Wornum Lee.

Nathaniel Lee (1730-1820) of Prince George County, Virginia, married three times and was the father of twelve children, 1753-1807. Most descendants listed lived in Virginia.

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