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Descendants of William Mosley, Sr. early resident, Floyd County, Kentucky, via Hawkins County, Tennessee, via Rockingham County, North Carolina : allied families, Boggs, Bolen, Boyd, Calhoun, Castell/Steel/Steele, Gearheart/Gayhart, Hale, Hicks, Hignite, Kitchen, Moore, Scutchfield, Stephens, Thornsbury

by Cheryl Moore McCloskey ; illustrated by Carita Moore Curtis ; foreword by Cynthia Moore Le Bre
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Villa Hills, Kentucky : C.M. McCloskey, c2004
xxvi, 528 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, map, ports.
0970400543

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William Mosley was born in about 1776. He married Ruth in about 1807. They had eight children. He died in Floyd County, Kentucky. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Kentucky, Ohio, Arkansas and Missouri.

Includes index.

Includes Baisden, Barnett, Bentley, Branham, Calhoun, Caudill, Conley, Gray, Hardy, Holbrook, Little, McGuire, Miles, Oneal, Ousley, Ramey, Short, Wald, Wells, Whitson, Wicker and related families.

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