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A history of the Easterling family

Easterling family history
by Letson E. Easterling Sr. ... [et al.] ; edited by Letson E. Easterling Jr. ... [et al.]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Wesson, Mississippi : Easterling Family Genealogical Society, c1990
xvi, 1031 p. : ill., maps, ports.

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Cover title: Easterling family history.

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Thomas Easterling (d.1815) was possibly a son of John Easterling of North and South Carolina, and a possibly a grandson of Henry Easterling of Calvert County, Maryland. Thomas was married to Rebecca Vicars, and purchased land in 1798 in Russell (now Scott) County, Virginia. They had probably moved there from that part of North Carolina which later became Tennessee (their oldest son said he was born in Tennessee). Henry Easterling (1733-1800) was possibly a son of Henry Easterling Jr. and grandson of Henry Easterling of Calvert County, Maryland. Henry was born in or near New Bern, Craven County, North Carolina, and married Elizabeth Bennett in or near Dobbs or Duplin County, North Carolina in 1753/1754. They later moved to Anson County, North Carolina and then to Marlboro County, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives of Thomas and Henry lived in Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and elsewhere. Includes chapters about the Easterlings in colonial America.

Includes index (listing Easterlan, Easterlin, Easterline and other variant spellings).

Includes Alderman, Brown, Elam, Hensarling, Jones, Moree, Peterson, Rogers, Simmons, Smith, Thomas, Willis and related families.

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