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Wyatt-Ballard-Smith families

compiled by Lynne D. Miller
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English
Lincolnton, North Carolina : L.D. Miller, 2000
186 leaves : descendancy charts.

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Geoffrey Wyatt, son of William Wiat, was born 1408 in Yorkshire, England. He married Anna Wyatt. She was born about 1410. There was one child, Richard. William Smith, Capt. was born 1680 in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia and died June 1734 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Ballard 26 September 1706 in York County, Virginia. She was born 1689 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia and died 1702 in York County, Virginia. There were six children. Thomas Ballard was born 1654 in Middle Plantation, York County, Virginia and died between 1706-1711 in Middle Plantation. He married Katherine Hubbard 9 May 1684 in Essex County, Virginia. She was born 18 January 1668/69 in Essex County and died before 26 September 1706 in Hampton, York County, Virginia.

Includes fullname index.

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