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The Gosney family in America : 300 years of history, bloodlines and collateral families

researched and compiled by Beth Shields
Shields, Beth (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Seminole, Florida : B. Shields, c2004
2 v. : geneal. tables.

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William Gosney, son of Henry Gosney, was born in about 1705, probably in Virginia. He married Mary in about 1726 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.

Includes index in v. 2.

Includes Allender, Aulick, Beighle, Bowling, Bradford, Bray, Bryan, Burton, Byrd, Caldwell, Clanton, Crow, Daniel, Dawson, Derringer, Dunaway, Gray, Hackamack, Harrison, Holmes, Hopkins, Maddox, Maphet, McClanahan, Melton, Mullins, Mustain, Shelton, Tarvin, Thompson, Thornton, Waibel, Yelton and related famliies.

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