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The lost branch of the Anderson family : ancestors and descendants of Thomas Allen Howard Anderson and his wife Martha Ann Stanley including allied families

researched and compiled by Janice Caldwell
Caldwell, Janice, 1939- (Main Author)
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English
Helotes, Texas : J. Caldwell, c1995
xv, 438 p. : ill., facsims., ports., maps

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Copy 308 of 400.

Includes bibliographical references after each chapter.

The earliest known ancestor, Richard Anderson, Sr. (b. ca. 1585), was born in England. He sailed to America in 1635 from England and settled in Gloucester Co., Va. where three sons awaited him. He was married to Eliz. Hawkins, daughter of Richard Hawkins, at All Hallows Honey Lane in London, England. Thomas Allen Howard Anderson (1821-1885) was the son of Thos. Jefferson Anderson and Ann Meriwether Thomson. He was born in Virginia and died in Cheatham Co., Tenn. He was married to Martha Ann Stanley (1820-1888), daughter of Geo. Stanley and Sarah Ann Clark in 1843 in Bedford Co., Va. Family left Bedford Co., Va. sometime after 1847 staying in Kentucky for awhile before contuining on to Tennessee where they arrived sometime before 1850. Descendants live in Tennessee, Texas, Kentucky and elsewhere.

Includes Carney, Clark, Crew, Felts, Lewis, Overton, Poindexter, Meriwether, Massie, Stanley/Stanly, Taliaferro, Thomson, Jones, Johnson, Smith and allied families.

Includes index.

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