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Trails west : a history of the Hoskins family

researched, written, compiled by Robert J. Hoskins, Ella N. Hoskins, Donna Hoskins Higley
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Syracuse, Utah : D.H. Higley, 1993
56, [11] plates : ill., facsims., ports.

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The earliest known ancestor, Azariah Thomas Hoskinson (ca. 1744-1795), was born in Prince George Co., Md. His movements have been traced from Prince George Co., Md. to Berkley Co., Va., and on to Fayette Co. (Manallen Twp.), Pa., and finally into Monongalia Co., Virginia now West Virginia, abt. 1785. He married Mary in 1770 in Prince George Co., Md. After his death Mary married (2) Caleb Rude, and in 1805 (3) Samuel Ralston in Monongalia Co., Va. Family members live in Illinois, Ohio, Utah, Idaho and elsewhere.

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