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The descendants of John Dick and wife Margaret Wylie

compiled by Barbara Renick, along with Marilyn Tanner, Hazel Dick Smith, James E. Stout
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Brea, California : B.A.Z. Renick, 1986
[193] p. on various paginations : geneal. tables.

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Computer printout.

"Summary of documentation for Dick genealogy:" 23 leaves preceding 7 pages of family group records at end.

Includes indexes.

Includes Combest, Hill, Roy, Spears, Whiles, Wilson and related families.

"Permit to film" (or reproduce in any fashion) inserted after t.p.

John Dick (ca.1747-1832) was probably an Irish immigrant to Chester County, South Carolina, and served in the Revolutionary War. He married Margaret (Peggy) Wylie (Wiley) in 1778, and later moved to Fairfield District, South Carolina and then to Pulaski County, Kentucky. Descendants and relatives lived in South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Kansas and elsewhere.

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