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From Scotland to America "the history of the Trails" : ancestry of the descendants of William J. Trail (1812-1887) of Raleigh County, West Virginia

by Anise Trail Collins
Collins, Anise Trail (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lester, West Virginia : A.T. Collins, 1984
249 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Includes Covey, Richardson, Peters, Jones, Brown, Canaday and other related families.

William J. Trail (1812-1887 was the son of Charles Emerson Trail (b.1780) and Susanna Peters (b.1806) of Franklin County, VA. He married Margaret Jones (1825-1902) the daughter of Ezekiel Jones and Elizabeth Prindle in 1842 while living in Franklin County, VA. William was the descendant of David Traill (Traile) (b.1695) the fifth son of William Trail and Barbara Balfour who lived on the southwest coast of the Island of Rousay, known as Westness. Several generations of ancestors in Scotland and descendants in America are given. William J. Trail and his family moved to Surveyor, Raleigh County, West Virginia in 1876. Descendants live in West Virginia and elsewhere.

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