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Callicott connections II : Callicott, Callicoat, Callicotte, Calicott, Calicoat, Calicotte, Collicutt, Burcham, Colcott, Sowards, Corn, Simpson, Kingery, Null, Harmon, Dillon, McMahan, Pinkerman, Roach, others

by Jewel M. Callicoat
Callicoat, Jewel M. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
St. Petersburg, Florida : Genealogy Computer Service, 1986
vi, 874 p. : geneal. tables, maps, ports., facsims.

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"This book, Callicott connections II, is being presented by Jewel Callicoat Cabana. This new book is a spin-off and an expansion to Callicott connections authored and published in 1984 by our cousin John T. Callicotte. His book from now on will be referred to as Callicott connections I"--Introd.

Includes index.

William Callicott married Elizabeth Ashworth in 1791 in Charlotte County, Virginia. They soon moved from Virginia to North Carolina, and then back to Virginia, settling in the Rocky Mount area of Franklin County. William and Elizabeth had three children. William died prior to 1810. Family data on the many descendants of William and Elizabeth, who have lived throughout the United States, comprise this volume.

Includes Burcham, Corn, Dillon, Harmon, Kingery, Null, Rapp, Roach, Sowards, Stumbo, Tagg, and related families.

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