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We boast of the name of Blackerby -- Blackaby -- Blackorby

by Patt Roach
Roach, Patt (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
  • Abilene, Texas : Catclaw Print. Co., 1986
  • Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c2003
3 v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

Notes

James Blackerby II, was born in about 1694 in Old Rappahanock County, Virginia. He married Frances Pullen, daughter of Henry Pullen and Mary Stott, in about 1714 in Richmond County, Virginia. They had nine children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Illinois and Oregon.

Includes index.

Contents: v. 1. Descendants of James Blackerby II and Frances Pullen -- v. 2. Descendants of William Blackerby I -- v. 3. Descendants of Thomas Blackerby, born February 17, 1719, Richmond County, Virginia.

Includes Adler, Barker, Brewer, Browning, Burr, Campbell, Crader, Dunkin, Foster, Frost, Headley, Henson, Land, McGee, McGregor, Moore, Scott, Uptegrove, Williams, Wooten and related families.

Library only has v. 2 & 3.

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