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Genealogical history of the Halliburton family

compiled by William Kenneth Rutherford and Anna Clay (Zimmerman) Rutherford
Books/Monographs
English
Lexington, Kentucky : W.K. Rutherford, c1983
2 v. (1048 [i.e. 1414] p.) : ill., coats of arms, ports.
Rev. ed

Notes

Contents: v. 1. Etymology of the name Halliburton, 1066-1983. Generations of Tructe, 1066-1983, Scotland and U.S.A.: Male lines. Female lines. Generations of William Haliburton, 1600's-1983, Scotland: Colonial America and Nova Scotia: Male lines. Female lines. Generations of David Halliburtion, 1727-1983, Scotland, Colonial America and U.S.A.: Male lines. Halliburton index. General index -- v. 2. Generations of David Halliburton, 1727-1983, Scotland, Colonial America and U.S.A.: Female lines. Bibliography.

Chiefly descendants of David Haliburton (ca. 1727-1767). He was born in Scotland. He immigrated to America, ca. 1746, and settled in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. He married Amey Humphreys, probably a daughter of John Humphrey, Sr., ca. 1752. They had six children, 1753-1767. The family migrated to Orange County, North Carolina, after 1760. He died in Orange County. Descendants listed lived in North Carolina, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas, and elsewhere throughout the United States and in Canada.

Includes Baker, Brown, Carden, Childs, Elliott, Hart, Jones, Moore, Rogers, Rutherford, Smith, Wilson, and other related families.

The Halliburton surname is spelled Haliburton, Halliburton, and Halyburton.

Includes an index for both volumes in the back of volume 1.

Also includes some descendants of Tructe (fl. 1153) and his grandson, Walter Halyburton (fl. 1176-1207); and William Haliburton (d. 1698).

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