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Five generations before John Peebles, in "Peebles" (1763-1985)

Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., coats of arms, maps, port. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript and printed material (photocopy, 31 leaves) at the Willard Library, Evansville, Indiana.

"This material was taken from Peebles, 1600-1692 / by Anne Bradbury Peebles."

With: Peebles, 1763-1985.

Consists of x, 1-12 p. photocopied from original book and 7 leaves typescript copied from other pages in the book.

David Peebles first appears on the records of Virginia in 1649. He was probably one of adherents of Charles I, who escaped to Virginia in 1649. Parish registers in Fife County, Scotland, show he had a wife, Elspet Mackie, and at least four children, born 1634-1644. She nor any of the younger children came to Virginia. He married 2) Elizabeth Bishopp in 1655. They had two daughters. He died ca. 1659. His oldest son, William Peebles (1635-ca. 1695) arrived in Virginia after his death to take over his affairs. Record shows direct line of decent to Lewis Peebles, Sr., who was born in Prince George County, Virginia, in 1735 and died in Henry County, Alabama, in 1830. He had seven sons; the eldest was John Peebles (1763-1849).

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