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James Defrees and his descendants

by Jeanne Brooks Gart ; written in collaboration with Frank W. Defriece, Jr., Elva Ann Bishop ... [et al.]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Knoxville, Tennessee : Tennessee Valley Pub., c1992
141 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Bibliography: p. 106-123.

James Defrees, a Revolutionary War soldier, and his first wife had five children, ca. 1767-ca. 1775. He married 2) Sophina/Sophia Ricely Ricely, in 1777 at Goshen, Orange County, New York. They had nine children, ca. 1778-ca. 1801. The family was living in Rockbridge County, Virginia, by 1780. He purchased land in Surry County, North Carolina, in 1789. They were living in Surry County in 1800 and were living in Sumner County, Tennessee, by 1820. His will was probated in Sumner County in 1827. Descendants in the first four generations listed lived in Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Kansas and elsewhere.

Includes the Bobbitt, Stovall, Williams and other related families.

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