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Letters from the past

compiled by Mary Jo Moore
Books/Monographs
English
[S.l.] : M.J. Moore, c1999
244, 13 p. : maps

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Primarily a collection of correspondence of Mrs. Stanley Hubbs (Barbara Burr Hubbs) that relate to a history of Williamson County that she was writing. The letters were written between 1934-1939. Includes much information about various families of the area. Those particularly mentioned were the Roberts family of Stephen W. Roberts born in 1826 and Parks family. Includes Bible records of Charles Churchill Humphreys (1781-1842), born in Philadelphia who married Mary Elizabeth Stewart and Bible records of Zadock Mitchell, born in 1781.

Includes index.

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