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Tate and allied families of Robertson County, Tennessee : includes the nearby Tennessee counties of Davidson, Sumner, and Wilson. Includes Virginia and North Carolina, the states of Tate family origin. Includes counties in Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri and throughout the United States where many Tate families migrated

by Evelyn Yates Carpenter
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English
Clarksville, Tennessee : Jostens, c1987

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The name of Tait, Taite, Taitt, Taitte, Tate, Tatte, Tayt, Tayte, Teat, Teate, Teit and Teite has its origin in Norway where it was used as a personal name. It is an Anglo-Saxon name meaning "cheerful". The family was found in England in the ninth century. John Tate, born ca 1687 in St. Petersburg parish, New Kent, Virginia, is the first proven ancestor. His wife's name was Lucy. He married secondly, Mary, but all children were by the first wife. John died by November 1768. James Tate, born 1618 came from St. Katherine, near London on 27 April 1635. This appears to be the emigrant ancestor. He settled in Virginia.

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