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Peek, Stewart and Young families.

[Lawrence G. Fobes]
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey : L.G. Fobes, 1975?]
[18], 249, 114, 119 p. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Title taken from cover.

Each of the three surname sections is indexed.

John Peek lived in Prince Edward County, Virginia. He married Anne in about 1720. They had eleven children. John died in 1776. Samuel Stewart was born in 1730 and his brother, Nathaniel was born in about 1739. Their descendants settled in Valley River, Cherokee County, North Carolina. John Young was born in 1711 in England. He married Martha Stewart in Ireland. They emigrated in 1734 and settled in Georgetown, Maryland. They had thirteen children. Descendants and relatives of all three families lived mainly in North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Georgia.

Includes Ammons, Arrington, Bennett, Bryson, Crisp, Fender, Gash, Henderson, Henry, Holland, Keener, McCoy, Moses, Rogers and related families.

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