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A branch of the Edmiston family tree, A.D. 1700 to 1964 : from Ireland to North Carolina to Pennsylvania to Virginia to Tennessee to Arkansas and to Texas

Prentess P. Edmiston
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Washington [District of Columbia] : L.C. Photoduplication Service, 1973
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of typescript (14 [i.e. 15] leaves, carbon copy) donated to Library of Congress.

"Sources of information:" leaves 2-3.

Before 1740 there were three families of Edmistons living in Chester County, Pennsylvania who were direct immigrants from Ireland. One of these three was David Turk Edmiston (d.1750), who married Isabella Thompson, and moved from Pennsylvania to Orange County, Virginia in 1740. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, California and elsewhere. The introduction cautions researchers not to confuse the Edmiston and Edmondson families, whose ancestry is distinct according to the author.

Includes Davis, Howell, Kemp, Marrs, Robinson, Taylor, Webb and related families.

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