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The Applings--the Mooneys through the years

by Esther Gambrell Deviney
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Martindale, Texas : E.G. Deviney, c1976
x, 277 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Thomas Appling, probably the son of Richard Appling (ca. 1658-ca. 1693) the immigrant, of York County, Virginia, was living in King and Queen County, Virginia, in 1718. He married twice and was the father of at least seven children. He died in Amelia County, Virginia, in 1743. Descendants listed lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, and elsewhere.

William Mooney and his family were living in Telfair County, Georgia, by 1810. He was killed in an Indian battle known as "Battle of Breakfast Branch" in 1818. His son, John Mooney (1808-1864), and his wife, Mary Jane Barrow Moony, had at least eight children. The family migrated from Telfair County, Georgia, to Alabama, ca. 1844, and to Gonzales County, Texas, ca. 1848. Descendants listed lived in Texas and elswhere.

Includes index.

Includes the Childress, Dunlap, Hoke, Jennings, Gambrell, Staples, and other allied families.

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