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The Friersons of Zion Church and their descendants

by Theodore Frierson Stephenson
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2015


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Digital images of original published: Nashville, Tenn. : The Parthenon Press, 1938. 235 p., [3] p. of plates : ill., ports.

William Frierson, his wife, and two oldest sons, emigrated from County Down, Ireland, in 1730 and probably settled in Williamsburg District, South Carolina. Four other children were born in America. Children and/or grandchildren migrated to Maury County, Tennessee in 1805 and 1806. Their descendants lived in Tennessee and elsewhere.

Includes Armstrong, Fleming, Fulton and other related families.

Also includes a historical sketch of the Zion Church [Presbyterian] located in Maury County, Tennessee, seven miles west of Columbia and four miles east of Mount Pleasant, Tennessee. Includes a register of communicants of the Zion Confregation, apparently the first; a list of members of Zion Church, 1809-1934; soldiers of the Revolutionary War and War of 1812 buried in Zion Cemetery and other church records.

Includes a partial index.

Also available on microfilm.


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