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Family history of John Manley Snipes (1761-1844) & Sarah Lindsey (1770-1861) : of Chatham County, North Carolina & their descendants : with allied families -- Atwater, Bynum, Clegg, Dixon, Durham, Foust, Hatch, Herndon, Justice, Lacy, Lambe, Lindsey, Lloyd, Mann, McCauley, Moore, Neville, Roberson, Stanford, Stroud, Strowd, Teague, Thompson, Ward

John Manley Snipes (1761-1844), Sarah Lindsey (1770-1861)
by Alfred Marshall Snipes, Jr. and Sharon Merritt
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English
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma : A.M. Snipes, c2006
xx, 456 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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John Manley Snipes (1761-1844) was born in Dinwiddie County, Virginia. His parents were William Snipes (1735-17871) and Sarah Herndon. He married Sarah Lindsey (1770-1861), daughter of John Lindsey (1738-1794) and Mary Robertson (1741-1817), in about 1786 in Chatham County, North Carolina. They had nine children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in North Carolina, Mississippi, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Texas.

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