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The Shott family

compiled by Gloria Rich Shott
Books/Monographs
English
Clemson, South Carolina : P.B. Rich, 1985
52 leaves : ill., facsims., ports. ; 29 cm.

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Descendants of Richard Shott (ca. 1755-1819), born possibly in Pennsyl- vania. He married Mary Morgan? (born between 1764 and 1768 in Ire- land) in June 1786 in York Co., Pennsylvania. Richard Shott lived in York and Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania and Augusta County, Virginia. He served in the Revolutionary War. He had six children. Descendants live in Virginia, West Virginia and elsewhere. The early ancestor of the Sheets family was Jacob Sheets (ca. 1735- 1809), who was possibly born in Pennsylvania. His first wife was Maria Veronica Eteris, daughter of John and Dorothy Eteris.

Includes related families of Sheets, Hoy, etc.

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