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The Caver family of North America

compiled by Larry E. Caver, Jr.
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Birmingham, Alabama : Caver Press, c1990
ix, 251 p., [7] plates : coat of arms, ports. ; 22 cm.

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Descendants of Henry Caver, Sr. of South Carolina. Henry and his family lived in old Berkley Co., South Carolina in the 1770's. This area is today around the Calhoun, Orangeburg, and Lexington county lines. Henry owned several hundreds of acres of land in Berkley Co., S.C. He had two sons: Samuel Caver, Sr., who was born in the 1750-60's and Henry, Jr. (John Henry). Family members live in Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes allied families of Overstreet, Moore, Massey, Harrell, Colvin, Brazzel, Bishop, Smith, Johnson, Apperson, etc.

Includes index.

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