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A Burleson genealogy, 1391-1991 : six hundred years of Burleson history

by Donald Keith Burleson
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[United States] : D.K. Burleson, [1991?]
vi, 103, [33] p., [5] leaves : ill., facsims., coat of arms (in color), ports., maps ; 29 cm.

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Bibliography: p. 101.

The founder of this line of Burlesons was Isaac Burleson (b. ca. 1750, d. ca. 1830), who was born either in Lunenburg Co., Va. or Cumberland Co., North Carolina. He married Martha (Clay?) ca. 1778. They had eight children born in Montgomery Co., North Carolina. Family members live in North Carolina, Texas and elsewhere. Early ancestor of this family is possibly Aaron Burleson (1700-1763), a Welshman, who came to America in 1726. He lived in Buncombe Co., North Carolina in 1727, where his first son, Aaron II, was born. His wife was Sarah Thresher.

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