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A history of James Somerville of Culpeper County, Virginia : his ancestors and descendants from 1700 to 1987

compiled and written by Robert Somerville Radford Yates with assistance from Dorothy Snyder Yates and Robert Somerville Radford Yates
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Ballwin, Missouri : R.S. Yates, c1988
xiv, [226] p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes bibliographic references.

Includes index.

Includes Atwell, Radford, Yates, Barbour, Briggs, Steel and other related families.

Walter Somerville was born at Glasgow, Scotland and married Janet Steel, of the Parish of Glasgow in 1709. They were the parents of six children. Their son William (b.1717) married Janet Mitchell and they were the parents of four children. Their son Walter (b.1740) married Mary Gray in 1762. Their son James (1774-1858) was born at Glasgow. Family members emigrated to America and settled in Culpeper Co., VA. James married Mary Atwell, daughter of Captain Francis Atwell and Mary McDonald. Several generations of descendants are given. Descendants lived in Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi and elsewhere.

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