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My ancestors : a brief account of the ancestry of Lister Witherspoon and his wife Martinette Viley of Woodford County, Kentucky

compiled by Martinette Viley Witherspoon
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Washington, D.C. : L.C. Photoduplication Service, 1986
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., coats of arms, (some col.), facsims., geneal tables, ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Washington, D.C. : C.H. Potter, c1922. 323 p., [94] leaves of plates (some folded).

Includes index.

Includes Ball, Hale (Heale), Rapine, Thomson, Trabue and related families.

David John Witherspoon (1670-1731) immigrated in 1695 from Scotland to Ireland, and later to South Carolina, and married Janet Witherspoon. George Viley (1745-1814) and his twin sister, Henrietta, were born in Montgomery County, Maryland. Henrietta married Francis Downing and George married Martha Anna Jeanes, and the two families moved to land near Stamping Ground, Scott County, Kentucky. Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, Kentucky, Louisiana, South Carolina and elsewhere.

"Privately printed for her children."

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