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The McLendons of America

by Melba Goff Allen
Allen, Melba Goff, 1936- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Metairie, Louisiana : M.G. Allen, c1983
xv, 216 p. : port.

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Includes indexes.

Includes Allen, Bounds, Byrd, Dunn, Goff, McIntosh, Anderson, Carmichael, Clayton, Gibson, Hayes, Hill, Johnson, Martin, Moore, Owen, Patterson, Riley, Smith, Taylor, Thornhill, Thompson, Thomas, Walters and related families.

Dennis McLennon (ca.1650-1706), son of John McLennon, immigrated from Scotland to Perquimans County, North Carolina before 1696. After the death of his first wife, he married twice widowed Deborah Astine Sutton Whedbee at Edenton, North Carolina in 1702. Descendants lived in North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, California, South Carolina, Alabama, and elsewhere. Some descendants became Mormons and lived in Louisiana and elsewhere.

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