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James Garrison of White County, Illinois, who married Rachel Looper & Selah Pierce

Vernon Garrison
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Houston, Texas : V.W. Garrison, 1983
158 leaves in various foliations : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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James Garrison Jr. (ca.1776-1838)--son of James Garrison Sr. and Hester Ann Roberts--married twice and moved from North Carolina (via South Carolina) to Barren County, Kentucky, and then to White County, Illinois. Descendants and relatives lived in Kentucky, Illinois, South Dakota, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Michigan, Arkansas, California and elsewhere.

Includes Absher, Bryant, Coles, Duckworth, O'Neal, Pearce, Aldridge, Alft, Aud, Austin, Bennett, Broster, Brown, Buchanan, Campbell, Carter, Clark, Cowley, Creek, Davis, Downen, Edwards, Engelbright, Files, Gooch, Graham, Hall, Harris, Healy, Hollerbach, Hunsinger, Johnson, Jones, Kreitenstein, Leithliter, Maricle, Martin, Mathis, Messier, Miller, Mobley, Moore, Newcomb, Patterson, Porter, Reed, Reeves, Riley, Rotramel, Rupert, Schneider, Schroeder, Scott, Sexton, Sibert, Siegert, Silliman, Simpson, Smith, Staats, Sutton, Thomas, Treece, Vaughn, Walton, Webb, Wheeler, Williams, Wilson, York, Ziegler and related families.

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