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The McLendons of Carroll County, Georgia, and related families

by Lois Clouse McLendon
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1989
284 p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 24 cm.

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Ancestors and descendants of Isaac Newton McLendon (1831-1915), who was born in Wilkes County, Georgia, a son of Willis and Patsy Hay McLen- don. He came with his parents to Meriwether Co., Georgia about 1835. Here he grew up, met and married on Feb. 25, 1855, Mary Anne Eliza Rowe (1831-1915). She was a daughter of Allen Rowe and Mary Lewis. Emigrant ancestor of this family was, Dennis MacClendon (d. 1706), a son of John MacLennan, from Scotland. Dennis immigrated to America with his two brothers, John and William. He appears in land records of Perquimans Precinct, North Carolina, in Jan. 1696/97. Descendants live in Georgia, Alabama, South and North Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes McLendon/McClendon/MacClendon and related families of Beavers, Denney, Hubbard, Laminack, Lovvorn, Rowe, Walker, etc.

Includes indexes.

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