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Some descendants of the Cox and Harris families of Ridgeway, Virginia, 1776-1991 : with allied families, Bishop, Burgess, Edwards, Gilley, Haislip, Hefflefinger, Jones, Joyce, Kelly, Lansford, Montague, Odell, Pace, Sams

by Anne Vestal Miller
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Sterling, Virginia : A.V. Miller, 1991
100 p., [9] leaves of plates : ill., coats of arms (some in color), ports., geneal. tables

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The earliest known ancestor, Charles Cox (b. ca. 1690), was born probably in Lancaster Co., Va. He died in Henry Co., Va. He married Ida Bennett (b. ca. 1695) in King George Co., Va. They were parents of four children born in Virginia. Descendants of George Fuller Harris (d. 1826), who was born in Pitt- sylvania Co., Va., and died in Lincoln Co., Kentucky. He was a farmer. He was married to Elizabeth Manning, daughter of Peter and Agnes Manning. She was also born in Pittsylvania and died in Lincoln Co., Ky. Family members live in Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and elsewhere.

Includes Cox, Harris and allied families of Burgess, Gilley, Haislip, Hefflefinger, Joyce, Pace, Odell/Odle, etc.

Includes index.

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