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The Collie family of Pittsylvania County, Virginia : their Scottish origins, relatives and descendants, including connecting families of Cornwell, Jennings, and Richardson

by Betty Cox Collie and Robert E. King
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English
Elon College, North Carolina : B. C. Collie, c1998
xiv, 852 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.
Rev. ed.

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Charles Collie was born in 1756, the son of James Collie, an immigrant from Scotland to Virginia, and Ann Cornwell Collie. Charles' siblings were William, Mary and James. Charles married Mary and their children included Lydia, Phillip, William, Thomas, Banister, Anney, Joseph or Joel and Polly. A descendant, James II, married Nancy Jennings. Two of James and Nancy's daughters married Elizah and Samuel Richardson. Descendants settled in North Carolina, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.

Other surnames include Walters, Dodson, Moss and Jeffries.

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