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One man's family

by Charles Forrest Bybee
Books/Monographs
English
[Winter Haven, Florida] : C.F. Bybee, c1995
116 p. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

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Chiefly early memories, family and ancestral families of the author. Charles Forrest Bybee was born in 1920 on a farm in Davis County, Iowa, the youngest of four children born to Pearl J. Bybee (1883-1961) and Cecil Hope Zellers Bybee (1889-1981). His family moved to Moulton, Iowa when he was two. He joined the army in 1942. Includes some information about others with the Bybee surname.

Ancestors include: William Biby (1598-1637) of Coppull, Standish Parish, Lancaster County, England; and Accomack County, Virginia -- John Zellers (1823-1893) of Pennsylvania and Ohio -- John C. Thomas (b. ca. 1775) of Frederick County, Virginia; and Surry County, North Carolina -- Harmon Button (b. ca. 1715) of Germantown, Virginia.

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