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All about us : [the Freeman lineage with connecting lines and inserts of other Franklin/Amite County families]

by D. F. Crumb
Crumb, D. F. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[South Jordan, Utah : C.A. Ormond, 19--?]
306, 44 p. : facsims.

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The Freeman family from England to Virginia to South Carolina to Mississippi and elsewhere. William Freeman (b. 1678) and his wife, Elizabeth, moved to Colleton Co., S.C. in 1711 with their six children. William was the son of Henry Freeman, Jr. and his wife Martha and the grandson of Henry Freeman, the immigrant, and his wife, Alice, both of York Co., Va. Henry Freeman came to Virginia with his brother William ca. 1635.

Includes index.

Includes Freeman, Calcote, Crockett, Denman, Strange, Temple, Whittington and allied families.

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