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Tennessee - a home for the Ranges : Mary Jane Range's pedigree : her ancestors and their migration to Tennessee

by Ronald L. Akers
Books/Monographs
English
  • Riverside, California : R.L. Akers, 2009
  • Riverside, California : ,
xii, 257 leaves : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Mary Jane Range, daughter of George Humphreys Range and Susannah Klepper, was born in 1853 in Washington County, Tennessee. She married Robert Alexander Akers (1853-1923), son of Jonathan Wesley Akers and Sarah Howell, in 1891 in Colfax, Washington. They had three children. She died in1899 in Tekoa, Washington. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, New Jersey, Washington and Oregon.

Includes bibliographical references.

Includes Ranger, Akers, Bowman, Carr, Hieronymus, Horn, Humphreys, Klepper, Kones, Steel, Suss, Taylor and related families.

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