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Moon family story in several phases

The Moon family and its several phases : related families, Richardson, Phillips, Cogburn, Powell, Pennington
by Howard E. Richardson
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Norman, Oklahoma : H.E. Richardson, 1983
98, lxx, 36, 13 leaves : facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Supplement: Revisions, 1985. 34 p. in various pagings.

Jacob Moon was born 28 September 1795. He married Mary Ann Staples 28 November 1816 in Elbert County, Georgia. Mary Ann was the daughter of David and Francis (Fanny) Staples. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma and elsewhere.

Includes indexes.

Contents: Early Virginia Moons -- Albermarle County Virginia Moons -- The Georgia Moons -- Grandchildren of William and Sarah Moon -- Jacob Moon -- Richardson family -- Staples family -- Phillips family -- Benjamin H. Cogburn and John K. Powell families -- Tallapoosa County, Alabama Pennington family.

Includes Harvey, Staples and related families.

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