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A family history of Stallings, Thomas, Boon/Boone : with surnames Hurt and Rutledge mentioned

Stallings, Thomas, and Boone
by Marlene Presley Webb
Webb, Marlene Presley (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Adrian, Texas : Mrs. G.D. Webb, 1992
139 p. : ill., coat of arms, maps, ports.

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Cover title: Stallings, Thomas, and Boone

Nicholas Stallings Jr. was born in 1656 in Nansemond, Virginia. One of his descendants, Abraham Stallings, was born in Nansemond County, Virginia and died in 1817 in Madison County, Illinois. Thomas family is traced to Timothy Thomas (ca. 1785-1850) who was born in North Carolina. He was in Rutherford County, Tennessee in 1820 and Limestone County, Alabama in 1830. He was married to Isabella Rutledge. Boone ancestry is traced to Needham Boone who married Elizabeth Robertson in 1806 in Jackson County, Georgia. He was in Quachita Parish Louisiana in 1818. Families lived in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, California, Alabama, and elsewhere.

Includes Webb, Cornelius, McFarlin, Houdashell, and related families.

Includes index.

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