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The early Areys of Rowan County, North Carolina

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Microfilm of typescript (photocopy, 9 leaves) at the Iowa State Historical Archives, Des Moines.

"This sketch was written by Harriet Arey Davidson (7 gen.) for the occasion of the Arey Family Reunion held at Union Lutheran Church, Rowan County, N.C., on 1 September 1974."

Peter Arey was living in Rowan County, North Carolina, by 1759, when his name appears on a list of taxable person. He and his wife, Mary Catherine, had three sons and a daughter. He died before 10 April 1765. Includes some information about his sons and a grandson from census and county records.

IN Airy and allied families, ca. 1557-1978.

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