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Ledbetters revisited

by Kenneth E. Haughton and Relf L. Huddleston
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Los Gatos, California] : K.E. Haughton, 2000
1386 p.

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"Updates and errata", 32 p.

Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to use the compact disc, which includes both the main volume and the supplement which includes updates and errata.

Includes index.

Henry Ledbetter was probably born in England in about 1625. He probably emigrated as a child and settled in Virginia. He married and had about eight children. He died before 1700 in Charles City County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri and Texas.

Includes Baker, Brooks, Casady, Cook, Cox, Downs, Duncan, Evans, Flurry, Gilliam, Harris, Hicks, Hill, Hood, Nanney, Oxford, Sanders, Stover, Whiteside and related families.

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