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Ancestry & descendants of Daniel F. Armstrong and Sarah Nutter

Evelyn Crawford Fenton
Fenton, Evelyn Crawford (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Chewelah, Washington : E.C. Fenton, 1987
503 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Indexed in "Ancestry [and] descendants of Daniel F. Armstrong and Sarah Nutter: index".

Daniel Friel Armstrong was the son of William Armstrong, Jr. and Catherine Friel who were in Rockbridge Co., VA at the time of his birth. Catherine was a daughter of Daniel Friel and Agness Jameson. They were in the process of moving to Bath Co. Daniel married Sarah Nutter in 1823 in Harrison Co., West Virginia. They were the parents of twelve children. Daniel had a brother Thomas. Daniel moved his family to Clark Co., Illinois in 1838. A daughter Mary Jane married Bernhard Price Lagers in Clark Co. in 1846. A son Thomas Ewing Armstrong married Jemima Adkins in 1850. Descendants are located Washington, Kansas, Nebraska and elsewhere.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Nutter, Taylor, Imus, Lagers, Friel, Erwin and other related families.

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