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Descendants of Richard Merrifield and Phoebe Tucker

compiled by Janey Gesas Hornick
Hornick, Janet Gesas (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Englewood, Colorado : J.G. Hornick, 2003
299 leaves : geneal. tables

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Richard Merrifield was born in about 1746 in Winchester, Frederick, Virginia. He married Phoebe Tucker in about 1773 in Monongalia County, Virginia. They had five children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana and Missouri.

Includes index.

Includes Bailey, Barnes, Boner, Brain, Bunner, Carder, Clelland, Coffman, Conaway, Cooper, Currey, Dunham, Elliott, Gallahue, Golden, Graham, Greathouse, Green, Harr, Hustead, Lambert, Linn, Little, McKinney, Miller, Morgan, Nixon, Nuzum, Ross, Satterfield, Shriver, Springer, Staats, Tucker, Vincent, Wheeler and related families.

Also available on microfiche, CD-ROM (Englewood, Colo. : J.G. Hornick, 2003. 1 computer optical disc : 4 3/4 in. Uses Microsoft Word.), and digital images.

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