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The ancestry and descendants of Nathan Vick ( Civil War soldier) of Randolph County, Indiana : a descendant of Joseph Vick of Isle of Wight Colony, Va. and the maternal lines of Hardy, Council, Barefoot, Bishop, Brantley, Fauhtrick, Lee, Peters, Sullivan, Sutherland, Toney and Whitehead, plus other families, friends and associates

compiled by Sandra Elaine Heppes Mumah
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Portland, Oregon : S. Mumah, 1997
165, [29] p.

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Nathan Vick was born in 1824 in Guilford County, North Carolina. His parents were Noah Barefoot Vick and Sarah Sullivan. He married Sarah McKillips in 1845 and had one son. She died and he married Hannah Jane Peters in 1848 and they had six children. He served in the Civil War and died in 1864 from injuries suffered in 1861. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia, Ohio, Texas, Indiana and elsewhere.

Also includes Allen, Bailey, Barnes, Blackman, Brewer, Browne, Clark, Cites, Craft, Crist, Dean, Ellis, Fletcher, Funk, Gallineau, Gardner, Horn, Johnson, Jordan, Joyner, Marshall, Mumah, Palmer, Peele, Pennington, Robbins, Shepard, Smith, Stowe, Teegarden, Wesley, Williams, Worrell and related families.

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