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Our early parents and their descendants : a genealogical record of some ancestors and the descendants of William Fleming Butler andd his wife Virginia Judith Winston Butler, twelve generations

by Charles Morrison Andrews
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l. : s.n.], 1945
168 p. : facsims., ports.

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William Fleming Butler, was born 23 January 1810 in Surry County, Virginia to Ruben Butler II and Elizabeth Anne Ruffin. He married Virginia Judith Winston 26 January 1815 in Richmond, Virginia. She was born 26 January 1815 in Richmond, Virginia to George and Judith Harris Winston. William Flemming Butler died 8 April 1896. Virginia Judith Fleming died 22 November 1871. Both are buried in the Shockoe Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Georgia, North Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes Butler, Winston, Ruffin, Watson, Winn, Andrews, Harker, Harris and related families.

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