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The Taliaferro family history, 1635-1899

James T. Taliaferro
Taliaferro, James T. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
San Diego, California : C. Taliaferro, 1955
41, A-J leaves.

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Reproduced from typescript (spirit duplication).

Reproduced, with added index, from one of three known existing copies of work, probably published in 1899 by the author or his brother, H.H. Taliaferro, who signed the preface, Lebanon, Missouri, 1894. Original ed. printed by Iroquois County Times Print, Wataeka, Illinois.

Robert Taliaferro (ca. 1635-ca. 1700) recieved grants of land beginning beginning in 1655 in Gloucester County, Virginia. His great grandson, Francis Taliaferro, of Epsom, Spotsylvania, married Elizabeth Hay in 1730. They had eight children, 1731-1745. He died in 1757. Descendants listed lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and elsewhere. Record chiefly listed names only, giving some dates and locality names.

Includes the Conway, Dade, Mayo, Thornton, Willis, and other related families.

Includes index.

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