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The Spiller family of Prince William County, Virginia; Robertson County, Tennessee; Williamson County, Illinois

[from Katherine Cox Gottschalk, 1963]
Gottschalk, Kathrine Cox (Main Author)
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Electronic reproduction. Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2020.

Typescript (5 leaves).

IN Family records, v. 5, leaves 255-259.

William Spiller, his wife, Mary, and their infant son, William, came into Stafford (now Prince William County), Virginia in 1706. William died in 1756. His grandson, Warrenton Spiller, son of Warrenton Spiller (d. 1763), married Lydia Farrow, ca. 1761. The family migrated to Tennessee after 1771. He married 2) Leanna Nicholas probably in Tennessee. They became land owners in Robertson County, Tennessee, in 1783. Six of their children, with their families, migrated to Williamson County, Illinois, ca. 1818. Children and grandchildren listed lived in Illinois and elsewhere.

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