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The Gaston, Howard and Wilkinson families : a genealogical history of three intermarried families in the black belt of Alabama

collected by three generations of the families: Published by Leonidas Howard in 1891 ; completed by Kate Howard in 1962 ; additional data collected by James Augustus Wood II and Kathleen W. Wood, 1920-1974
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English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1976
xix, 491 p., [3] leaves of plates : ill., coats of arms (some col.), facsims., map, ports.

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Bibliography: p. 461-476.

Includes index.

William Gaston married Olivet Lemon in Scotland, and moved to Cloughwater, County Antrim, Ireland. Of their nine children, seven immigrated to South Caorlina, and one to North Carolina. The eldest, John Gaston, died in 1782 in Chester, South Carolina. Includes Fluker, Stone and related families.

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