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Tullis and allied families : Scott, Smith, McDougal, McGlaun, Taylor, Sanders, Sewell, Hall, White, Wiggins, Cutler, Elliott, Johnson, Peckinpaugh

by Zola Scott Hardy
Hardy, Zola Scott, 1917- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Escondido, California : Z.S. Hardy, c1980
ix, 301 p., 12, [9] leaves of plates. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Cover title: Tullis and allied families, 1728 New Jersey - 1980...

Includes index and supplementary index.

Includes variant spellings Tullos, Tullice and others as well as Blake Cutler, McDougal, McGlaun, Methvin, Sanders, Sewell and related families.

Includes bibliographical references.

Includes supplement.

Moses Tullis I (ca 1728-1777) married Mary Elizabeth Van Dyke/Vandike in New Jersey about 1747. By 1762, they had migrated to (what was then) Frederick County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived throughout the South, California, New Jersey, Ohio and elsewhere.

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