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James Bluford Coffey, his ancestors and descendants in America

by Marvin D. Coffey
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Ashland, Oregon : M.D. Coffey, c1982-c1984
2 v. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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To view a digital version of Vol. 1 of this item click here.

To view a digital version of Vol. 2 of this item click here.

Cover title of v. 1: James B. Coffey family.

Cover title of v. 2: James B. Coffey ancestors.

Bibliography at end of each chapter.

Contents: v. 1. Descendants -- v. 2. Ancestors : together with informa- tion on related and some unrelated Coffey lines and the related families of Powell, Stapp, Graves, Mayfield, Cleveland, Wade, Lane, Dabney and others.

Includes indexes.

Includes Harbord, Livermore, Overturf, Wakefield and related families.

Edward Coffey (d.1716) married Ann Powell about 1700 and lived in Essex County, Virginia. James Bluford Coffey (1837-1924), a direct descen- dant, moved from Illinois to Coos County, Oregon in 1853, married twice and, after several moves, settled in Umatilla County, Oregon. Descendants lived in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Missouri and elsewhere.

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