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Hix-Collins-Word & related families

by Elsie Smiley Sullivan
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Rossville, Georgia : E.S. Sullivan, 1990
42, [2] leaves : ill., facsims.

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The oldest proven Hix ancestor, John Hix (ca. 1735-1804), was born in Campbell Co., Va. He was married to Sibella Rice (b. 1742). They had eight children. Four of their children migrated to Tennessee and settled in the community of Flat Creek in Bedford County. The earliest proven Collins ancestor, John Collins (1748-1836), was born in Amelia Co., Va. He married ca. 1770 Judith Word (1748-1828), daughter of Charles and Sarah Word. She was baptized in New Kent Co., Va. Family resided in Halifax Co., Va. Family members and descendants live in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky and elsewhere.

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