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Supplement to Branches of one Riddle family tree

by Dorotha Riddle Marsh
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Baxter Springs, Kansas : Dorotha Riddle Marsh, c1983
290 p. [9] leaves of plates : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes index.

Includes Brown, Campbell, Jones, Minter, Nelson, Patterson, Riddle, Smith and related families.

In the author's book "Branches of One Riddle Family Tree," she traced 1,435 descendants of Julius and Nancy Minter Riddle. Shortly after publication, she realized misinformation had been given her and that Julius and Nancy Minter Riddle never existed. Instead, she found the original settlers of Orange Co., North Carolina were brothers, William and Thomas Riddle, who moved from Caroline Co., Virginia to Lunenburg Co., Virginia in the late 1750's and then to Orange Co., North Carolina in about 1764. They lived in that portion of Orange County which became Chatham County in 1770. Anthony Minter also moved from Caroline Co., Virginia to Chatham Co., North Carolina in 1771. Descendants moved west and can be found in Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Kansas and elsewhere.

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