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Tyson family history

compiled & edited by Jerry Tyson Barton
Barton, Jerry Tyson (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
  • Georgetown, Texas : J.T. Barton, c1997-
  • Georgetown, Texas : Tyson Genealogy Network,
v. : ill. (some in color), facsims., port in color, geneal. tables, maps
1st ed

Notes

To view a digital version of Vol. 3 of this item click here.

To view a digital version of Vol. 4 of this item click here.

William Tyson (1778-1835) was born in Pitt Co., N.C. to Jehu Tyson and Mildred Moye. He died in Ansonville, Anson Co., N.C. He married Emeline B. "Penelope" Dixon (1787-1864) 1803 in North Carolina. She was born in Virginia and died in Villa Rica, Carroll Co., Georgia. They had eleven children. Descendants live in North Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas and elsewhere.

Bibliography: p. 262-263.

Volumes individually indexed.

Contents: v. 1. Descendants of John and Susannika Tyson -- v. 2. Descendants of Uriah and Mary Tyson -- v. 3. Descendants of William Tyson and Penelope Dixon -- v. 4. Book of memories.

Library has v. 3 and 4 only.

Vol. 3 is copy 53 of 100.

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