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In search of our roots; the Langston, Kite and related families : Bennett, Leopard, Lasiter, Davis, Anglin, Walker, Williams, Adair, McDow, Gannon, Widner, Hutton, Rice, Gibson, Medlin, Allen, Williford, Woods, Henderson, Digregorio, Louderback, Ingle, 1550-1994

by Nancy Eunice Lovett Langston and Leslie Vernon Langston
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1994
xiv, 343 p. : ill., gen. tables, maps, ports.

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Includes index.

John Langston was born about 1620 in England and died before 1694 in Nansemond County, Virginia. He married Katherine about 1660 and she died about 1699 in Nansemond County, Virginia or Chowan County, North Carolina. They had three sons, John, Leonard, Mulford or Mountford. Their descendants live in South Carolina, Georgia, Texas, and include the surnames of Lasiter, Williams, Bennett, Leopard and others.

George Kite was born in Augusta County, Virginia, and married Susan Barrett sometime before 1764. No other information is listed about Susan. George died in Hawkings County, Tennessee. They had three sons: John, William, and George. Their descendants lived in Tennessee and Texas.

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