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Who am I? : a Jeter family saga

author and compiler Loren E. Jeter, co-compiler Jeanette Feltl Jeter
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English
Cottonwood, Arizona : L. E. Jeter, Sr., c1989
467 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports. ; 29 cm.
0962333905

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A genealogy and a history of the descendants of John J. Jeter born 1820 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky, died July 1891 in Marion, Williamson Co., Illinois and an autobiography of the life of Loren Eugene Jeter born 16 Feb 1909 in Centerville, Williamson Co., Ill., the son of Leonard Franklin Jeter (1881-1937) and Ella Leonard Hicks (1885-1951). Loren married 1) 1 Sep 1931 Bessie M. Sizmore (1915- 1939), 2) 26 Sept 1939 Iona Darling, 3) 19 Dec 1945 Berthe B. Pence, died 1981, and 4) 12 Feb 1983 Jeanette Feltl Hoff.

Includes Copher, Eason, Hicks, Lamaster, Sizemore, Stroud, and related families.

Includes index.

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