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The life and times of Burtis Elliott Horrall and Bernice Moody Horrall and their ancestors : including genealogies of families connected by marriage to the names of Horrall and Moody, namely, Allen, Baird, Bartmess, Elliott, Langdon, McMahan, Marks, Sowle and Welch

Bernice Moody Horrall, Louise Horrall Rogulic
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lafayette, Indiana : B.M. Horrall, c1982
109 p.. [27] p. of plates : ill., facsims., geneal.tables, maps, ports.

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William Horrall (1757-1851) was born in Albemarle County, Virginia, married Priscilla Calvert in Amhurst County, Virginia, moved to land near Washington, Davies County, Ohio, and married widow Eleanor (Morgan) Wallace after Priscilla died. Burtis Elliott Horral (1896- 1978), a direct descendant, was born in Knox County, Indiana, married Bernice Viola (Moody) Horrall (b.1900) in 1922, and after several moves, settled in Lafayette, Indiana. Descendants lived in Indiana, North Carolina and elsewhere.

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