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The Jean family of North Carolina and Tennessee

by Arthur Glenn Jean, Jr.
Books/Monographs
English
Boulder, Colorado : A.G. Jean, c1993
ix, [144] p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Includes index.

The earliest known Jean to settle in north Carolina was William Jean, Sr. (1735-1803). He married a woman named Huldah in Virginia and they were the parents of ten children. In 1769 he moved from Brunswick, Virginia to Bute County, North Carolina. One of his children to move with William was Edmund Jean (1755-1802) who was the father of nine children and died in Stokes County, North Carolina. Several of his children moved to Tennessee while others settled in Indiana. Descendants live throughout the United States.

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