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The Rush report : the descendants of William Rush, Westmoreland Co., Virginia (1615- ??) and descendants of Henson Rush, Adair Co., Kentucky (abt. 1794-1848) and Miller Co., Missouri; allied families Loveall, McAlister, Williams, Winters, also, Bittle, Farley, Johnston, Martell, Spalding

compiled by Gaynelle Jenkins Moore ; research assistance by David Wayne Rush
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English
Glens Falls, New York : Historical Data Services, c2003
vi, 522 p. : ill., geneal. tables, map.

Notes

William Rush was born in about 1615, probably in England or Wales. He emigrated in about 1635 and settled in Virginia. He had one known son, William. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri and Kansas.

Bibliography: p. 455-456

Includes index.

Includes Albright, Bond, Buster, Cramer, Dixon, Etter, Gaither, Gordon, Harlan, Head, Henley, Holmes, Jenkins, Kelly, Miller, Norment, Spencer and related families.

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