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Most distinguished characters of the American frontier : Robert Looney (b 1692-1702 d 1770) of Augusta (now Botetourt) County, Virginia and some of his descendants with histories of the Great Road, Looney's Ferry, Crow's Ferry, Anderson's Ferry, Boyd's Ferry and Beale's Bridge

[by] Madge Looney Crane and Phillip L. Crane
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English
Apollo, Pennsylvania : Closson Press, c1998-2008
2 v. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.
0966432118

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This family history starts with Robert Looney but there is some information about possible ancestors, perhaps in the Isle of Man. Descendants lived in Virginia and other parts of the United States.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Includes Brigham, Buchanan, Caldwell, Campbell, Carper, Crane, Givens, Holston, Lauderdale, Luna, McCain, Preston, Rentfro, Walker and related families.

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