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Ancestral lineage, Mildred Olive Bates McCann : Adair County, Iowa [from] Prince George County, Virginia

Shaker harvest in Kentucky
[Virginia Wilhelm Graham ; William Ray McCann]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Hopewell, Virginia? : W.R. McCann, 1964]
ii, 60 p.

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The authors, in the foreword, write as follows: "the initial undertaking was precisely as indicated by title of this brochure; but, in developing that project, we encountered a medley of collateral information....The product which we apologetically submit is a mixed mass of genealogy, biography, and documentation, which defies orderly presentation....Perhaps our endeavor would be more appropriately titled SOME DESCENDANTS OF CLEMENT BATES, COLONIST OF COHASSET, MASSACHUSETTS."

Clement Bates was baptized at Lydd, England in 1595. He and his wife, Ann, had six children, 1621-1639. The family immigrated to America and settled at Hingham, Massachusetts, in 1635. He died in 1671. His great grandson, David Bates, was born in 1698 at Hingham, Massachusetts, the son of Caleb Bates. He married Patience Farrow, daughter of William and Patience Tower Farrow, in 1719 at Boston. They had eleven children, 1719-1745. Descendants listed lived in Massachusetts, New York, Texas, Iowa, and elsewhere.

A descendant, Mildred Olive Bates, was born in 1881 near Casey, Iowa. She married William R. McCann in 1913 at Ancon, Canal Zone, Panama. They had three children, 1915-1921, born in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Massachusetts. In 1963 she was living at Hopewell, Virginia.

Includes the Thomson, Simmons, and other related families.

Includes index.

Also contains "The Shaker harvest in Kentucky" / by Raymond J. Randles, reprinted from the Filson Club History Quarterly (Vol. 37, 1963).

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