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My family connections

by Ruth Williams Cornell
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
South Charleston, West Virginia : S.B. Cornell, c1980-c1993
6 v. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., ports.

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Includes Brogan, Williams, Hughes, Gillenwater, Hamrick, Cornell, Kyle, Criner, Stover, Nutter and other related families.

Daniel Pauley (d.1824), son of Washington and Mary Griffith Pauley, married Mary Turley and lived in Kanawha County, West Virginia. John Brogan (b.1810) married Eliza Burnett and lived in Fayette Co., VA. Their daughter Emily married John R. Perry in 1865. William Williams of Greenbrier Co., VA, settled in Kanawha County and in 1817, married Elizabeth Jones. Thomas Hughes, Sr. married three times: (1) Elizabeth; (2) Jane; (3) Miss Foster. He was the father of eight children. His son William, married Mary Foster, daughter of Isaac and Sarah (Hughes) Foster of Prince William Co., VA. They later settled in Kanawha Valley. John Cornell (1788-1860) married Sarah Parks (1790-1877) and lived in Ritchie Co., WV. They raised twelve children. Several generations of ancestors and descendants are given. Descendants lived in West Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Nebraska and elsewhere.

Contents: v. 1. The Pauleys -- v. 2. The Brogans -- v. 3. The Williamses -- v. 4. The Hugheses -- v. 5. Cornells, Criners, Stovers, Workmans - - v. 6. The Nutters.

Bibliography at end of each volume.

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