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The Ross-Chesnut-Sutton family of South Carolina : with the lineage of the author William Gilmore Simms

William B. White
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Franklin, North Carolina : Genealogy Pub. Service, c2002
xvii, 260 p. : ill., geneal. tables, ports.

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James Ross was born in about 1706 in Ireland. His father was Frances Ross. He married Catherine McCullough in about 1730. They had seven children. James died in Frederick County, Virginia in 1751. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in South Carolina.

Includes index.

Includes Adickes, Bowen, Boykin, Carroll, Chambers, Epps, Erwin, Feemster, Griffin, Haile, Hartness, Hoge, Hogg, Irwin, Lang, Lindsay, Martin, Moore, Neil, Salmond, Taylor, Williams and related families.

Includes the family of Civil War diarist Mary Boykin Miller Chesnut, wife of General James Chesnut,Jr.

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