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Family of Reuben Helton & Nancy Burnett : Family of Karen Snead & Vanranselrei Aistrop

  • Family of Karen Snead & Vanranselrei Aistrop
  • A few notes on the Poston family of Washington Co., Va
by Jack Hockett & Janice M. Snead. A few notes on the Poston family of Washington Co., Va
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  • St. Davids, Pennsylvania : J. Hockett, [1992]
  • Saltville, Virginia : J.M. Snead,

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Includes Aistrop, Poston, Snead, Burk, Kelly, Spurrier, Henderson, and related families.

Reuben Helton (ca. 1800-ca. 1870), son of Samuel and Elizabeth Helton, married Nancy Burnett (ca. 1800-ca. 1870), daughter of Samuel Burnett, in Montgomery County, Virginia in 1820. The lived in Russell and Washington Counties in Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia and elsewhere. Karen Snead, daughter of Oliver Snead (1794-1874) and Rachel Kestner (1799-ca. 1877) was born in Russell County Virginia in 1840. She married Vanranselrei Aistrop (1843-ca.1910) in 1871 in Russell County, Virginia. Richard Poston married Anne Campbell. He settled in Washington County, Virginia in the 1770's. His brother, William, and wife Sarah Hammill also settled there.

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