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History of the William Harrison Bratton family

Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., geneal. tables, ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Des Moines, Iowa? : R.H. Cramer, 1966?]. [93] p.

Acknowledgement signed: Marion Bratton Snyder, R. H. Cramer.

Contents: The descendants of Peter Porter / William Arthur Porter 1937 -- History of the William Harrison Bratton family: The B. F. Chambers family. John and Jennis Taylor family. Morton and Ida Bratton family. W. R. and Nettie Cramer family. Henry and Maria Sindt family. George and Rosetta Marble family. Clarence and Mary Bratton family. Laura Alice Bratton. Harry and Grace Bratton family. Frank and Marie Bratton. Agnes Edith Bratton.

Captain James Bratton, son of Captain James and Ann McFarland Dunlap Bratton of Augusta County, Virginia, was a captain of the Augusta Militia at the battle of Guilford County House in North Carolina in 1781. He and his wife, Rebecca Hogshead, had nine children. He died in Augusta County, Virginia, in 1828. Soon after his death, three of his sons and a daughter, migrated to Montgomery County, Indiana. His great grandson, William Harrison Bratton (1836-1911), was born in Montgomery County, Indiana, the son of James and Phoebe Allen Bratton. He married Nancy Ann Evans (1841- 1925), daughter of James E. and Rebecca Porter Evans, in 1860. They had twelve children, 1862-1883. The family migrated to Tama County, Iowa, ca. 1865. He died at Rolfe, Iowa.

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