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Pioneer profiles : Powell, Sargent/Sergent, Durham, Creech and related families of Kentucky

Lillian Broughton Creech, Fredwyn Creech Schwendeman, Sharon Creech Roark
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c2005
717, [114] p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Thomas Powell was probably born in England in about 1600. He emigrated and settled in Virginia. His son, Nathaniel, married Lucretia and they had six known children. Descendant, Samuel Powell (1791-1870), married Jane Sargent, daughter of Abraham Sarjeant and Elizabeth Dove, in about 1817 in Greene County, Tennessee. They had seven children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.

Includes index.

Includes Adkins, Asher, Back, Ball, Boggs, Chappell, Coffee, Cook, Gabbard, Green, Guthery, Hensley, Howard, Lawson, Middleton, Minter, Noe, Pursifull, Rader, Spangler, Stallard, Stidham, Wilson and related families.

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