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The Vick family : descendants of Ransom Emmett Vick and Bettie Mitchell Vick : the seven families, Imogene, Mitchell, Emmett, Lucy, Eva, Harrell, Elizabeth

compiled by James Bailey parker
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
New York, New York : James Bailey Parker, c1988
[12] leaves : facsim.

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"This is an up-date of the roster sent to you in 1983 (which in turn, superseded a roster compiled in 1978)"--(Leaf after t.p.; this library has 1983 version but not the 1978 version).

Includes Godt, Harper, Parker, Stevinson, Tolson, Yantis and related families.

Joseph Vick (d.ca.1695) emigrated before 1675 from England to Isle of Wight County, Virginia. Ransom Anderson Vick (b.1822), a direct descendant of the seventh generation, was born in Marshall County, Mississippi, and married Bettie Temperance Mitchell in 1883. They moved to Collierville, Tennessee and later to Fort Smith, Arkansas. Descendants and relatives of Joseph lived in Virginia, North Caro- lina, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas and elsewhere.

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