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The Knight/Coile families of North Carolina and Tennessee

by John Robert Knight
Books/Monographs
English
Columbus, Ohio : J.R. Knight, 1984
84 leaves : geneal. tables.

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Includes Bettis, Inman, Leonard, Lyle, Smith and related families.

David Jackson Knight was probably the son of John Knight, who immigrated from Scotland to Ireland, and then to Culpepper, Virginia. David's son was John Joseph Knight (b.1814), who was born in North Carolina, and married Frances Stanton. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio and elsewhere.

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