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Descendants of Richard Lewallen/Luallen & unknown, Gracey Stockley, & Parazeda Vowell

by Gloria Fay Harmon Burris
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Lake City, Tennessee : G.F. Burris, c2003
342 leaves, [55], 12 leaves of plates : ill. (some col.), facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

Notes

Richard Lewallen was born in 1763 in Prince Edward County, Virginia. His father was probably Daniel Alexander Lewallen. He married his first wife before 1788 and had three children. He married Grace Stokley 30 March 1793 in Norfolk County, Virginia. They had eight children. He married Parazeda Vowell, daughter of Manpage Vowell and Nancy Parrott, 1 July 1818 in Anderson County, Tennessee. They had four children. Richard died 8 May 1833 in Anderson County. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri and Texas.

Includes index.

Includes Beach, Bradshaw, Daniel, Disney, Foust, Fritts, Goodykoontz, Graham, Harmon, Hatmaker, Kirkpatrick, Knapp, Leinart, Procise, Queener, Querry, Rego, Seiber, Seivers, Shinliver, Slover,Webb, White, Wilson and related familes.

Photocopy of original, 2003. (Library has copied leaves to pages.)

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