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Knotts & Walrond families of Randolph County, Arkansas

by Burton Ray Knotts
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Little Rock, Arkansas : B. R. Knotts, c1991
viii, 293, 52, 39 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps

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James Knotts was born in 1792 in Chesterfield County, South Carolina, son of James Knotts. He married ca. 1815 Mary Jane Edding. She was born in 1800 probably in Chesterfield County, daughter of William Edding. By June 1831 he had moved his family from South Carolina to Lawrence County, Arkansas Territory. James and Mary Jane had ten children. He died 19 January 1858 in Randolph County, Arkansas and she died in 1855 also in Randolph Co.

Descendants are located in Arkansas, Virginia, Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes Bennett, Edding, Russell, Simington and other related families.

Includes index

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