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Tibbs, Bennett, Crull, etc., families of Monogalia Co., VA, Scioto Co., OH, etc. : their ancestors, descendants, and allied families; Ashley, Bennett, Bourne, Crist, Crull, Dalrymple, Dodge, Fairchild, Feirl, Foye, Frum, Glover, Hannum, Hess, Jacobs, Jenkins, Jones, Kinker, Low, McDowell, Mollisee, Munn, Olin, Pugh, Rockwell, Samson, Slattery, Slocum, Snider, Southworth, Stockham, Stover, Stygler, Thomas, Tibbs, Utt, Valentine, Williams and many others; also data on the Tebbs/Tibbs family of VA and their descendants

compiled by S. Earline Tibbs Pugh
[S.l. : s.n.], 2000
vii, 221 p. : facsims., geneal. tables, ports.


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Errata tipped in.

Includes full-name index.

This vol. discusses the Tibbs family & the genealogy of other related families before they joined the Tibbs family.

Francis Tibbs Sr., born in 1740, settled in Monongalia Co., Virginia, east of Easton, in 1770.

Charles Bennett was born ca. 1730 possibly in Maryland. On 11 Sept. 1753 he married Martha Collins in Baltimore. He died in Mar. 1818 in Scioto, Co., Ohio.

Henry Williams enlisted to fight the Revolutionary War at Elizabethtown, New Jersey in 1776. He settled in Monongalia County, Virginia in 1810 & died 15 May 1835. Sarah, his wife, died in 1839.

Fairchild family (also, Gard, Fitch, Sherwood). Thomas Fairchild, a native of England, settled at Stratford, Connecticut in 1639. He had 2 wives: (1) Sarah Seabrook & (2) Katharine Craig. He died at Stratford, 14 Dec. 1670.

The next family: the Jones family of Maryland, Kentucky, Ohio, etc. Griffith & Patience Jones are found on the Harford County, Maryland 1776 census. Griffith was born ca. 1750. He probably married Patience in Maryland ca. 1773-1774. Patience was born ca. 1752. Griffith died after 1820, same for Patience

Giles Slocombe was baptized at Old Cleeve County, Somerset [England]. Giles married Joan who was perhaps the sister of Thomas Cook, ca. 1641. Before 1648 he emigrated to Taunton, Plymouth Colony. He was granted landed in Portsmouth, Rhode Island 4 Sept. 1648. Joan died 31 Aug. 1679. Giles died in 1683.

Last, the Olin, spencer, Pierce & Gardner families. John Spencer and Susannah, his wife, emigrated from Wales. Their daughter, Susannah, married John Olin 4 Oct. 1708. John was born in Wales in 1664. John Olin died in Newport, Rhode Island 10 June 1725.

Includes Bennett, Crull, Hess, Jacobs, Jones, Stockham, Tebbs, Tibbs, Valentine, Williams & related families.

Includes some European genealogy.



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