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Ancestors and connections of Dunbar Rowland of Mississippi

by Arthur Ray Rowland
Books/Monographs
English
Augusta, Georgia : RR Books, c2000
17 p.
Millennium ed.

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Dunbar Rowland (1864-1927) was born in Oakland, Mississippi, son of William Brewer Rowland and Mary Judith Bryan. He married Eron Opha Moore in 1906 in Mississippi. Rowland ancestry is traced to Thomas Rowland, born in 1530 in Baconsthorpe, Surrey, England. The immigrant ancestor is traced to John Rowland II, born in 1614 in Egham, Surrey County, England. He died in James City County, Virginia. He was married to Margaret Bayly.

Includes index.

Includes Hairston and other ancestors.

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