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The Hanks family of Virginia and westward : a genealogical record from the early 1600s, including charts of families in Arkansas, the Carolinas, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and west to the Pacific Ocean and beyond

compiled in collaboration with a number of Hanks descendants by Adin Baber ; revised second edition compiled by Nancy Baber McNeill and Louis Franklin Hanks
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Carpinteria, California : N.B. McNeill, c2004
xvii, 756 p. : ill., geneal. tables.
Rev. 2nd ed.
0870623346

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Thomas Hancks was probably born before 1630 and died after 8 April 1674, in Gloucester County, Virginia. His probable son, William Hanks, was born in about 1650. William and his wife, Sarah, had three sons born in Richmond County, Virginia. William died before 4 February 1704 in Richmond County. Descendants lived in Virginia, Georgia, Texas, Kentucky, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, and elsewhere. Family members also spell their name Hank.

Includes index.

Includes Abshire, Akers, Aler, Armstrong, Baber, Best, Brown, Byers, Clark, Cox, Dean, DeHart, Duhon, Fitzgerald, Hall, Haynie, Hightower, Hill, Honnold, Landsaw, Littlefield, Lodge, Marshall, Martin, McCann, McCoy, Meador, Miller, Moore, Morris, Owens, Priest, Quebodeaux, Ray, Robbins, Rogers, Sallee, Smith, Thompson, Utterback, Williams, Winborne, Woolverton, Wright, Wyatt and related families.

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