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the William Davis Stilley and Nancy Swofford-Stilley family history and genealogy

by William Douglas Stilley
Stilley, William Douglas (Main Author)
[Raytown, Missouri : W.D. Stilley, 1980]
189, [13] p. : ports.


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William Davis Stilley was born April 27, 1818 in Illinois, the son of Davis and Lydia Rogers Stilley. He died Sept. 11, 1890 in Williamson County, Illinois. He married Nancy Swofford of Washington County, on Oct. 19, 1837. She was the daughter of John Washington and Jane Fixes (or Finxes) Swofford. She was born Nov. 23, 1820 in Franklin County, Illinois. She died July 17, 1888 in Williamson County, Illinois. William and Nancy were the parents of thirteen children. Descendants live in Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, California, Arkansas and elsewhere. Descendants include families of Pribble, Smith, Dunham, Parker, Neal, Abney and Morris.



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