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The Dodsons (Dotsons) of Southwest Virginia

by Silas Emmett Lucas
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Birmingham, Alabama : Lucas, c1959]
241 p. : facsims. ports.

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Remainder of title: The Dodsons (Dotsons) of Southwest Virginia and their descendants in Tennessee, South & North Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Kentucky, Texas, utah, Missouri and other states and especially the descendants of William Dodson & Sarah Pyles, who came from Abbeville County, South Carolina to Tuscaloosa, Marion and Fayette Counties, Alabama : The Lucas Family of Bladen and Robeson Counties, North Carolina, Marlboro and Lexington Counties, South Carolina and Tuscaloosa, Fayette, Marion and Lamar Counties, Alabama : The Pyles (Pile) Family of Essex County, Virginia and Abbeville County, South Carolina with special attention to the descendants of Reuben Pyles and Esther (Hester) Rochester : The Rochester Family of Westmoreland County, Virginia with special attention to the descendants of Colonel Nathaniel Rochester who founded Rochester, N. Y. and Ester (Hester) Rochester who married Reuben Pyles ; also notes of some allied families.

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