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Once there was a Daniel : a study of the Burford family and the related families of Hawkins, Awalt, Yount, Estes, Thompson, Bierschwal, Randolph

compiled by Frankie Burford Randolph
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Long Beach, California : F.B. Randolph, c1990
xi, 413 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Spine title: A study of the Burford family

Bibliography: p. 385-387

Includes Burford, Hawkins, Awalt, Yount, Estes, Thompson, Bierschwal, Randolph, and other related families.

Daniel Burford (ca 1684-ca 1756) was born in Virginia and lived most of his life in King William Co., Virginia. In about 1710 he married Sarah Miles and they had four children. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and elsewhere.

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