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The history and genealogy of the Eubank - White - Lewis - Glazebrook - Hayslip and collateral families

compiled from court census, state, War Department, and old family records and accounts by Lucy Bender
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[United States : L. Bender, 1937?]
191 p.

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Contents: Eubank family in Virginia -- Eubank family in Kentucky, 1830-1853 -- The Eubank family in Kentucky and Texas, 1853-1937 -- Edmonds family in Kentucky, Arkansas, and Kansas -- Eubanks of Albemarle County, Virginia, and some of their descendants -- The Hayslip family -- The White family, Virginia-Kentucky-Texas -- The Glazebrook family, Virginia-Kentucky-Texas -- The Snoddy family, Pennsylvania-Tennessee.

James Eubank was born in Virginia, ca. 1725. He and his wife, Peggy Lewis, had ten children. He died in 1799 at Richmond, Virginia. Descendants listed lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Texas, and elsewhere.

Includes some descendants of John Eubank (d. 1789) of Albermarle County, Virginia, and some Eubanks whose relationship is uncertain.

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