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The Borders families

by William S. Borders
Books/Monographs
English
Cullman, Alabama : W.S. Borders, c1989
527 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Includes index.

Michael Borders of Fincastle Co., Virginia married Mary Ann Hopton, the daughter of John Hopton and the sister of Stephen Hopton. They were the parents of seven children: Esther Graham, Isaac Borders, John Borders, Rachel Hixon, Stephen Borders, Phebe Borders, Ruth Borders and Maryan Click, all listed in Michael's 1804 will in Jackson Co., Georgia. Family members were living later in Greene Co., Tennessee. By 1871, family members were living in Bosque Co., Texas and Augustine McDowell Borders married Sarah Francis Jordan (b.1850 in Clark Co., Arkansas), the daughter of Elijah N. Jordan and Frances Fagan (b.1830 GA). Several generations of descendants are given.

Includes McNeill, Morris, Martin, Wright, King, Moreno, Ezell, Thompson and other related families.

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