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Charles Wooton of Kentucky

by E.C. and Jessamine Y. Wooton
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Arlington, Virginia : Wooten and Related Families Association, c1984
iii, 105 [148] p., [1] folded leaf of plates : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps
2nd (revised) ed
Special study (Wooten and Related Families Association, Arlington, Virginia); 6

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Charles Wooton (1770/1773-1860/1870) moved from Virginia to North Carolina (probably Onslow County), and married Sarah Davis about 1790. They moved to Wooton, Clay County, Kentucky in 1807. He later left Sarah, moved "north" and west eventually to Wilson County, Kansas, and had another wife, Fannie Smith (9 children by Sarah and 11 by Fannie). Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas and elsewhere.

Includes indexes (listing Wooten as a variant spelling).

Includes Combs, Friend, Horsley, Huff, Lewis, Light, Pigg, Smith, Boston, Edwards, Johnson, Jones, Vanover, Wells, and related families

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