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Richard Shockley and Elizabeth Adkins : their ancestors and descendants

by Beverly J. Neises, James H. Gates
Books/Monographs
English
Wilton Manors, Florida : J.H. Gates, 2003
2 v. : geneal. tables, maps

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Richard Shockley was born in 1727 in Kent County, Delaware. His parents were William Shockley and Sarah. He married Elizabeth Adkins, daughter of William Adkins or Atkinson (1718-1784) and Lydia Owen, in 1755 in Halifax County, Virginia. They had eleven children. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri and Texas.

Includes indexes in each v.

Contents: v. 1. Ancestors and descendants of Richard Shockley and Elizabeth Adkins -- v. 2. Descendancy chart for Richard Shockley, who was born in about 1634 in England and died in about 1716 in Somerset County, Maryland.

Includes Atkins, Barbarick, Black, Bowman, Branson, Brock, Burgess, Cox, Crawley, Crider, Cummings, Dalton, David, Denney, Dodson, Elrod, Farmer, Galloway, Goad, Grissom, Harville, Haston, Hedrick, Hillis, Hitchcock, Holland, Hoodenpyl, Hulsey, Largen, Lynch, McCormick, Magee, Medley, Peak, Ridenhour, Runnion, Sanders, Sparkman, Stipe, Weathers, Wiles, Yarolimek, Young and related families.

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