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Hillhouse family of Washington, Georgia, Wilkes County : printers to the state of Georgia

by Arthur Ray Rowland
Books/Monographs
English
Augusta, Georgia : RR Books, c2000
15 p.

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Ancestry is traced to Abraham Hillhouse who was born ca. 1639 in Ireland. His descendant, David Hillhouse, was born in Montville, Connecticut in 1756. He married Sarah Porter (1763-1831) in 1781. They later moved to Wilkes County, Georgia. Descendants lived in Georgia and elsewhere.

Includes Gilbert, Sheperd, Alexander and related families.

Includes index.

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