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A family history and tour guide of Reuel B. Pritchett and Ella Poff : the parents of Ethel Pritchett Kintner : a memento on the occasion of Ethel's eightieth birthday 28 Aug. 1993

Pritchett, Bowman, Garst, Sell, Poff, Chandler
by Elgin P. Kintner
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Maryville, Tennessee : E.P. Kintner, c1993
98 p. : ill., ports., maps
2. ed

Notes

Spine title: Pritchett, Bowman, Garst, Sell, Poff, Chandler.

Ancestors of Reuel B. Pritchett (1884-1974), son James Alfred Pritchett and Rebecca Ann Bowman, who was born in Washington Co., Tennessee. He married Ella Poff (1883-1957), daughter of John William Poff and Mary Elizabeth Chandler, of Montgomery Co., Virginia. The earliest recorded Pritchett, Charles (ca. 1745-d. bef. 1808), possibly the son of Thomas Pritchett, died in Washington Co., Tenn. He and his wife, Elizabeth, had nine children. Family was living in Washington County, Tenn. Includes the Poff family of Montgomery and Franklin Counties, Va. Earliest known ancestor, George Poff Sr. (d. ca. 1798) married 1772 Anna Merchant. They lived in Augusta/Montgomery Counties, Va. They had five children.

Includes bibliographical references.

Includes index.

Includes Pritchett, Bowman, Garst, Sell, Poff, Chandler and allied families.

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