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A Simmons family history : descendants of Jonathan Simmons and Elizabeth Isaac and their children: Joseph Simmons, Elizabeth Simmons, Mary Simmons, Jonathan Simmons, Issac Simmons, Richard Simmons, Rebecca Simmons, Amy Simmons, Ann Simmons, Sarah Simmons, Marjorie Simmons

compiled by Barbara Bower Ruth
Ruth, Barbara Bower (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
[Olympia, Washington] : Ellison Oyster Co., 1987
[456] p., 56 leaves : ill., geneal. tables


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Includes index.

Jonathan Simmons married Elizabeth Isaac, who was born about 1677 in Maryland, and had eleven children. The family lived in Prince Georges County in Maryland. Jonathan died in 1726. Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, Kentucky, Iowa, Washington, Oregon, Utah, Illinois, Kansas and elsewhere.

Includes Simmons, Ashcraft, Atterbury, Chenoweth, Engels, Hendrick, Matthews, Casebeer, Catching, Troutman, Allen, Anderson, Armstrong, Banks, Bennett, Blatner, Bouley, Bowers, Brown, Brumbach, Cantwell, Carter, Casebier, Clark, Connine, Currier, Douty, Durfee, Ellison, Fairson, Farlow, Fischer, Fuller, Fullerton, Garrison, Hale, Harris, Hart, Hartzell, Harvey, Hill, Hosking, Ireland, Jacka, Johnson, Jones, Kimberling, Kogelschatz, Lakey, Lee, Lind, Litchfield, Livingston, Lockridge, Loughlin, Mayer, McCoy, Miles, Miner, Moore, Morgan, Nelson, Nichols, Osborn, Osburn, Palmer, Phelps, Prichard, Rainford, Rattray, Ridley, Robinson, Ross, Rychard, Savage, Shaw, Slaughter, Smith, Stockton, Stone, Strickland, Talcott, Taylor, Thomas, Thornton, Torner, Turner, Vorris, Walker, Wannebo, Ward, Watson, Weaver, Westrope, Wheat, White, Wiley, Wilhite, Williams, Wilson, Wimp, Winter, Wittmer, York, Young and related families.

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