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Listen, my children

by Julia Sessions Young
Young, Julia Sessions (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1993
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Washington, D.C. : J.S. Young], 1953. 58 p.

Francis Taliaferro "of the Mount" (1654-1710), and his father Robert Taliaferro, were the first Taliaferros to immigrate to America. They are said to be descendants of Bartolomeo Taliaferro, a native of Venice, who immigrated to London at the time of Elizabeth I. Francis married Elizabeth Catlett (b. 1653). They had three sons, born ca. 1682-1700. The family lived on a plantation in Caroline County, Virginia. Descendants listed, chiefly ancestors and descendants of the author's mother, Lucy Adams Sessions Little, lived in Virginia, Mississippi, Arkansas, and elsewhere. Lucy Adams was born in 1847, the daughter of Thomas Boswell and Mary Merriwether Taliaferro Adams. She married 1) Colonel Dan Sessions and 2) James William Little. She died in 1926.

Includes the Gilmore, Sessions, Little, Morris, Wood, and other related families.

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