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Neals of Bedford Co., Va, and family of Walter Neal Sr., of Lawrence and Gallia Counties, Ohio

by Chester I. Miller
Books/Monographs
English
London, Ohio : C.I. Miller, c1992
414 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes Maddy, Malone, McDaniel, Miller, Woolum, Wray and related families.

Includes additions and corrections to the index, [2] pages, tipped in after the index.

Identifies Neal families living in Bedford County, Virginia from about 1754 to 1806 as found in original civil records. Includes Charles Neal (ca. 1718-1780), Zachariah Neal (ca. 1722-ca. 1802), Daniel Neal (ca. 1721) and his son Zephaniah Neal (ca. 1753-1845) who died in Wilson County, Tennessee. Chiefly traces the descendants of Walter Neal (1752-1801) who married Winifred (ca. 1754-1857) in Bedford County, Virginia. When their children were grown they moved to Monroe County, Virginia and the families later migrated to Lawrence and Gallia Counties in Ohio. Descendants and relatives lived in Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska and elsewhere.

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