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The genealogy of William Augustus Battle 2nd, with the added generations of his wife, Mattie Sills (Battle) Battle; his children, Katherine Harrison (Battle) Alexander, Crawford Alfred Battle; his grandson, John Battle Alexander : from 3914 Anno Mundi or 90 years B.C. to Anno Domini 1940, showing descent from the kings of Scotland, the kings of England, the kings of France, the Emperor Charlemagne, Geoffrey Plantagenet, William the Conqueror, and the families of Battle, Claiborne, Lords de la Warre-- West, Percy--Earls of Northumberland

compiled by Frances Houston Irwin
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Philadelphia : F.H. Irwin, 1940. 120 [i.e. 123] leaves.

"This genealogy of William Augustus Battle 2nd was presented to the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa in memory of her father by his daughter, Katherine Harrison (Battle) Alexander (Mrs. Norman Smith Alexander)"--(leaf after t.p.)

Bibliography: leaf 119.

Includes Botteville, Bataile, Battell and other variant spellings.

Includes Fox, Withers and related families.

Mathew Battle (d.1669), son of William Battle and Margaret Dukes, immigrated during or before 1647 from England to James City County, Virginia. His brother, John Battle (d.ca.1690), immigrated in 1654 to Nansemond County, Virginia. William Augustus Battle 2nd (1853- 1908) was a direct descendant of Mathew in the eighth generation, and was moved from Tuscaloosa, Alabama to Birmingham, Alabama. Most of the genealogy in this work covers the ancestry of William Augustus Battle 2nd, chiefly through many nobility lines in England, Scotland, France and elsewhere.

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