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Stephen and Mary Ann (David) Easley in Sullivan County, Tennessee

by Jim Easley
Easley, Jim (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Kingsport, Tennessee : s.n., 1972]
1 v.

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Cover title: Easley, a genealogical report.

Stephen Easley was born about 1715 in that part of Henrico County, Virginia which later became Chesterfield County. He moved to Sullivan County, Tennessee about 1781 and died about 1803. He was married to Mary Ann David. He was probably a descendant of Robert Esely who married Ann Parker, and they lived in Henrico County, Virginia where he died in 1712. Descendants lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Maryland, Colorado, Kentucky, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and elsewhere.

Includes Hodge, Everett, Dolen, Bachman, Fisher, Hunt, Boyd, Robeson, Huffman, Rhodes, Wortman, and related families.

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