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Christian : family genealogical data, ca. 1710-1875

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[Richmond, Virginia : Virginia State Library?, 1960?]
on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original records at the Library, Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia.

The summary is from the Tinkling Spring Congregation of Augusta County, Virginia, and assembled by Howard M. Wilson. The letters and Crawford family data were offered by Miss Grace Lackey and from the Augusta Stone Congregation, Augusta County, Virginia.

Parts dark and hard to read.

Gilbert Christian and his wife Margaret Richardson came to Pennsylvania from Ireland in 1726. In about 1732 the family moved to Augusta County, Virginia. The records lists descendants, ca. 1710-1875, and and who lived in Virginia, Kentucky and North Carolina. Related families are Moffett and Trimble.

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