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Twigs from the William A. Hill family tree (1744-1803) : and some of his descendants

Twigs from the Hall family tree
researched and compiled by Janet King Robinson Bower
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Puyallup, Washington] : J. K. R. Bower, 2000
24 p. : ill., facsims, geneal. tables, map

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Chiefly, a record of descendants and some ancestors of William Augustus Hills who was born in Surry County, North Carolina ca. 1744 to Charles Hills and his wife Sarah Bell. Sarah Bell died in about 1747 and Charles married second Nancy, who was a widow with three children. They moved to Craven County, South Carolina. William Augustus was the oldest and was given a land grant of 100 acres on the North prong of Waterlee Creek in Craven County, South Carolina in 1764. William married Dorcas Moberly around 1765. Dorcas was born about 1750 in Lunenburg, Virginia. They had eleven children. William died in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Descendants lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

Includes index.

Includes Hill, Hills, Dunkin, Gillham, Moberly and related families.

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