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Descendants of Edward Colley and Mary Strong (Colley) of Mecklenburg County, Virginia : from 1730-2008

compiled, transcribed and edited by Marshall L. Styles
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[S.l.] : M.L. Styles, c2008
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"Edward Colley, 1730-1798, was the son of Edward Colley and Phyllis Salter of Norfolk County, Virginia. Mary Strong, 1732-1797, was the daughter of William M. Strong and Phyllis Cape of Hanover County, Virginia. They married on 8 October 1751, likely in Norfolk County, where 8 children were born of the marriage. About 1759 Edward, Mary and family relocated to Lunenburg County, Virginia, later known as Mecklenburg County, Virginia, near the North Carolina state line. Over the next nineteen years, 12 more children were born, for a total of 20." -- Intro.

Includes Appling, Armistead, Barrett, Buchanan, Faning, Grayson, Harris, Hight, Huggins, Jones, McCracken, Medford, Mitchell, Norman, Queen, Rayland, Tisdale, Trimble, Whitted and related families.

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