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Booth genealogy : descendants of Daniel Booth, Sr. (abt 1710-1749) and Ruth May : with numerous allied family lines

compiled by James William Dupree
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Americus, Georgia : J.W. Dupree, 2001
541, iii, 33, 28 p. : geneal. tables, maps

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Daniel Booth was born in about 1710. He married Ruth May in about 1730 in Virginia. They had nine known children. Daniel died in 1749 in Caroline County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Georgia, Texas and Florida

Includes Barnes, Bevill, Brown, Burroughs, Carson, Carter, Channell, Cheek, Church, Cocke, Deweese, Dickerson, Dixon, Dupree, Eddings, Emanuel, Gordon, Graves, Green, Halley, Harnell, Harwood, Henderson, Harrelson, King, Kirkland, McMichael, Moore, Morgan, Parramore, Pilgreen, Raines, Sanders, Streetman, Walker, Wilcoxon, Williams, Wright and related families.

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