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The Wyly saga

by Jonathan K. T. Smith
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Memphis, Tennessee : Panmoor Press, c1981
iii, 126 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Captain James Wyly (ca. 1724-1772) and his wife, Martha, had nine children, ca. 1749-1772. The family settled in the Cripple Creek area of what is now Wythe County, Virginia, by 1754. They migrated to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, ca. 1755. He died there. Martha Wyly married David Miller, ca. 1773. They migrated back to the Wyly land in Virginia, ca. 1775. The family migrated to Washington County, Tennessee, ca. 1781 and from there to Blount County, Tennessee, ca. 1795. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Louisiana, and elsewhere.

Includes Alexander, Crocker, Fowlkes, Lankford, Lucas, Napier, Russell related families.

Includes a surname index for surnames other than Wyly.

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