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Elizabeth Whetstone Armstrong (1840-1888) : ancestors and descendants

compiled by Opal Aaron Vaughan
Books/Monographs
English
Arlington, Texas : O.A. Vaughan, 1986
viii, 104 leaves : ill.

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Includes index.

Includes Aaron, Westbrook, and related families.

Elizabeth Whetstone Armstrong is a descendant of Johannes Whettstein, who emigrated from Switzerland to America in 1737, settling in Orangeburgh District, South Carolina, with his wife and five children. Evans Llewlyn Whetstone, a great grandson of Johannes, married Frances Spigner in 1838; Elizabeth was born to them 24 May 1840 in Autauga County, Alabama. When Elizabeth was two years old, this Whetstone family moved to Texas and then to Lafayette County, Arkansas. Elizabeth grew to womanhood in Lafayette County and married there three times. She had three children by her second husband, James G. Westbrook, and six by her third husband, Pinckney Armstrong. Her Westbrook descendants have lived in Texas; the Armstrong children and their families grew up in and have continued living in Collin County, Texas.

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