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compiled by William G. Tharpe for the Union County Historical Society, Inc.
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Maynardville, Tennessee] : Union County Historical Society (Tennessee), [199-?]
2 v. : ill., facsims, coat of arms, ports.

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The early ancestor Samuel Butcher, Jr. was born ca. 1775 in Virginia. He married Mary Burns (b. ca. 1777), daughter of Isaac Burns, of Virginia in Botetourt Co., Va. in 1790. The Butchers and Burnses may have lived on the Virginia plateau for a time and later migrated to the Kentucky settlement. Soon after his marriage, Samuel, Jr. and possibly his brothers, James, Joshua, and Elisha settled in East Tennessee. Samuel and Mary Butcher were parents of six sons and three daughters. The first of the family with the spelling Tharp or Tharpe to migrate to America seems to have been William Tharpe or Tharrp, who settled in Westmoreland Co. in 1655.

Includes index in each volume.

Includes Tharp/Thorp/Tharpe/Thorpe, Butcher, Beeler, Cox, Evans, Mohlar, Raley, Sexton, Yadon, and other allied families.

Contents: pt. 1. Genealogy & local history of the Butchers in East Tennessee -- pt. 2. Genealogy & local history of the Tharpes in East Tennessee.

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