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The Tickle, Bunts, Bond and Jennings families of Southwest Virginia : a family history with some North Carolina roots

by J. R. Tickle
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Morristown, Tennessee : J.R. Tickle, c1996
x, 240 p. : geneal. tables

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Bibliography: p. 212-215.

The earliest Tickle ancestor, John Tickle, Sr. (d. 1822), came to Pennsylvania in 1754 from the Palatinate. He appears in 1767 tax list for Berks Co., Pa. In 1776 he is in old Orange Co., N.C. The Bunts family of Wythe Co., Virginia. The early ancestor is said to have come to Wythe Co. from Germany in 1804. Joseph Bond I (1704-1758), the emigrant, was born in Devizes, Wiltshire, England to Benjamin Bond and Ann Paradise. He died in Rowan County (now Guilford Co.), N.C. He married Martha Rogers. The early Jennings ancestor, Presley Jennings I (1764-1851), was born in Virginia. Members of these families live in Bland, Carroll, Giles, Grayson, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, and Wythe Counties, Virginia.

Includes index.

Includes Bond, Bunts, Jennings, Lineberry, Price, Underwood and allied families.

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