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Some genealogical notes on the Preslar/Presley family of Anson Co., N.C.

compiled by Edwin C. Dunn
Dunn, Edwin C. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Albuquerque, New Mexico : E.C. Dunn, 1985
50 leaves : ill.

Notes

Valentine Preslar (b. 1669), his wife Anna Christina Franse (b. 1674) and their children came to New York City from Germany in 1709 with many other Palatine emigrants. Their eldest son, Andrew, married Antje (Ann) Wells in 1723 and moved to Cecil County, Maryland, where their children were born. By the late 1740s, Andrew and An had acquired land and were living in Anson County, North Carolina. During this time, the family name underwent the spelling changes Preslar-Presler-Prisley-Presley. A tentative family tree is presented for the Preslar/Presley family, based on Anson County land records.

Sources: leaves 45-50.

Includes Presson family.

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