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Genealogical tables of the descendants of John Hamilton of "Locust Hill," Lexington, Virginia : born 1789--died 1825

Descendants of John Hamilton of Lexington, Virginia
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English
[Chicago, Illinois?] : L.M. Goodhart, 1933
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Chicago?] : L.M. Goodhart, 1933. x, 35 (some folded), [4] p. : geneal. tables, port.

The pedigree charts bring up-to-date the genealogical data collected by Mrs. Leander J. McCormick (published in "Genealogies and reminis- cences" in 1897); brought up to date by her grandson, Leander McCormick Goodhart--Cf. Foreword.

Includes indexes.

John Hamilton (1789-1872) was a son of James Hamilton of Botetourt County, Virginia and a grandson of Irish immigrant James Hamilton (who settled at Winchester, Virginia). John moved to Rockbridge County, Virginia and married Elizabeth McNutt in 1816. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, Missouri, Washington and elsewhere.

Includes Christian, Cope, Haas, Krebs, McCormick, Osborne, Smithson, Clark, Hamilton, Ayer, Beebe, Garrett, Hume, Johnson, Manning, Ross, Smith and related families.

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