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Allens of the southern states

Norma Carter Miller and George Lane Miller
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Bellevue, Washington : N.C. Miller, c1989
xiii, 495 p. : ill.

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Bibliography: p. 355-364.

Contents: pt. 1. Historical background -- pt. 2. The Robet Allen family tree -- pt. 3. Some other Allen families.

Robert Allen (d.ca.1756) was probably born before 1682, married Sarah Walker, daughter of William Walker, and they had at least six sons. They lived in New Kent and Henrico Counties, Virginia. In the first part of this work, the authors present several Allen immigrants, two of whom have been alleged to be the father of Robert Allen, although the authors feel neither relationship can be proven. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes index (listing Allin as a variant spelling).

Includes Champion, Durham, Fuller, Grace, Howard, Mathews, Melton, Sanders, Yarbrough and related families.

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