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The Charles branch of my sunshine tree

compiled by Sybil Roberts Smith
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Grove, Oklahoma] : S.R. Smith, 1983
xxiii, 239 p. : facsims., maps, ports.

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"Sources and acknowledgements": p. v-viii.

Includes index.

Includes Looney, McSperitt, Roberts, Ross, Stealmon, Wilburn and related families.

James J. Charles (b.ca.1750/1755) took the oath of allegiance in Henry (later Patrick) County, Virginia in 1777, married Tabitha Senter, and moved in 1794 to Hawkins County, Tennessee, and in 1815 he bought land in White County, Tennessee (he died between 1815 and 1830). Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and elsewhere.

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