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The Slaton family, ab antiquitas : with brief notes on some allied families

compiled by Arthur J. Slaton
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Los Angeles, California : A.J. Slaton, 1964
127, 89 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., ports.

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Includes indexes (listing Slaten, Slayden, and Sladyen as variant spellings).

Includes Bourland, Browder, Hodges, Loving, O'Bryan, Sisk and related families.

Additions, updates and corrections are found in the periodical, "Slaton-Slatton-Slayden Family Project [newsletter]."

Imperfect copy: t.p. wanting.

Arthur Slayden (d.ca.1787) and his wife, Rachel, settled in 1730 in New Kent County, Virginia. Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Slaton) and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Texas, New Mexico, California and elsewhere. Includes genealogical data on possible immigrant ancestry.

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