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Jarrell families in West Virginia : featuring descendants of Daniel Jarrell

compiled and written by David Anderson Turner & Bonnie Turner Cook
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Cape Coral, Florida : B.T. Cook, c2003
213 p., [5] leaves of plates : ill., geneal. tables, ports.
The Turner papers; v. 7

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Daniel Jarrell was born in about 1745. He married Mary Terry in about 1770 and they settled in Culpepper County, Virginia. They had ten children. Daniel died in 1804 in Monroe County. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia and West Virginia. Also includes the descendants of Louden Jarrell (b. 1810) and Lucy Browning; John Jarrell (1806-1884) and Elizabeth Bromley and Nancy Jarrell and Elias Workman.

Includes index.

Includes Adkins, Bailey, Bowman, Brown, Browning, Burgess, Canterbury, Cantley, Chambers, Collins, Cook, Coon, Dolin, Estep, Farley, Ferrell, Gore, Green, Gunnoe, Halstead, Harless, Harvey, Hill, Holstein, Kuhn, Linville, Massey, Midkiff, Miller, Nelson, Pauley, Perry, Peters, Pettry, Price, Stover, Sutphin, Thompson, Toney, Turner, White, Williams, Wills, Woodrum and related families.

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