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Migration of Holbrooks from England to America and Forsyth County, Georgia

Winnie Tallant
Tallant, Winnie, 1924- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Cumming, Georgia : W. Tallent, [1984?]
100 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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John Holbrook (d.1757)--son of John and grandson of Edward, immigrated from England to Salem, New Jersey in 1723, married Jane Smith, and in 1729 moved to Northampton County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, California and elsewhere.

Includes Heard, Redd, Sullins, Tallant, Tribble, Whitt, Lummus, Donehoo, Montgomery, Tinsley, Tribble, Cox, Adkisson, Haygood, Bagley, Bramblett, Kelley, Groover, Martin, Etheridge, Karr, Williams, Bridges, Redd, Mundy, Wallace, McBrayer, Stephens, Suddeth, Dailey, McGough, Hammond, Corn, Heard, Phillips, Ledbetter, Henderson, Weaver, Hulsey, Brooks, Purcell, Newton, Powell and related families.

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