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Descendants of John Hubbs 1763-1991, and allied families : Terrells, Grants, Floyds, Mackey and Warfields

by Ruth Gibbs Hart and Karen L. Cooper
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Evansville, Indiana : Evansville Bindery, [1991]
[ix], 1049, [88] p., [10] p. of plates : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes information on the Terrell, Grant, Floyd, Mackey, Warfield and Woolsey families.

John Hubbs was born in South Carolina in 1763. He moved to Greene County, Tennessee in the 1790s and married Rebecca Woolsey in 1795. They and their eight children settled in Knox County, Tennessee. He later married Mary "Polly" Jones Hill and they had four children. John died in Tennessee in 1844. His descendants live in Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and most other states.

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