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Sebree studies, lineage of Charles Jenkins Sebree (1854-1913) and collateral lines traced to Colonial Virginia : conjugate lines including Barnett, Butler, Butts, Carter, Gibbs, Hord, Jarrell, Johnson, Sage, Shreves, Thomason, Watts, Wilson; incorporating work by Kathryn S. Salyers, Richard Sebree of Scott County, Kentucky, and his descendants, (1981)- and others

Willa I. Guss
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Gilpin, Colorado : W.I. Guss, 1984
178, A-54 p. : maps, facsims.

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Microreproduction of original published: Gilpin Co., Colo. : Willa I. Guss, 1984. 178, A-54 p.

Includes index.

Documents dated as early as 1752 found in Orange Co., Va. bear the signature of Richard Sebree. Charles Jenkins Sebree (1854-1913) and his wife Beulah Olive Sage (1855-1910) were the maternal grandparents of Mildred Weindel Porter and Willa Irwin Guss. Includes descendants to the tenth generation.

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