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The Stepp family chronicles : a history of the ancestors and descendants of John Stepp, Sr. of Rockingham Country, Virginia

by William Wayne Stepp ; in collaboration with all the Stepp researchers listed herein
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Independence, Michigan : W.W. Stepp, 1984
322 p. : ill.

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Joshua and Abraham Stapp were born in England about 1650 and came to America, settling in Virginia, somewhat later. They may have been brothers and other Stepp/Stapp men arrived in Virginia about this same time may also have been related to one or both of them. Material collected on many of their descendants is included in this volume including Civil War stories of some of those who fought in that war. Gradually some descendants moved west and settled in other areas of the United States and today descendants are found throughout the United States.

Includes Stepp, Parlett, Emswiler, Hinegardner, Lanigan, Harmon, Kyker, Kennedy, and related families.

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