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Our Tennessee Chesneys : a genealogy of the families of John Chesney 1794-1876 early settler of Grainger County, Tennessee & Nathaniel Richard Chesney 1796-1885 early settler of Knox County, Tennessee

by Joel Thomas Orcutt
Orcutt, Joel Thomas (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Terlton, Oklahoma : J.T. Orcutt, c2006
vi, 149 p. : geneal. tables.
0977890732

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William McChesney was born in about 1690. He married twice. He died in Pennsylvania. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.

Includes McCrosky, Hatcher, Tillett and related families.

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