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Butcher--Totty families : (pioneers west)

compiled by Howell B. Edwards, Jr
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Grants Pass, Oregon : H.B. Edwards, [1993?]
iii, 155 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Ancestors, descendants and relatives of Jack Oliver and Marion Ella Totty Butcher. Jack Oliver Butcher (1909-1991) was born at Denison, Grayson County, Texas, the son of Arlie Winfield Butcher (1881-1962) and Elizabeth Marie Sherburne Butcher (1883-1971). He married Marion Ella Totty in 1933 at Riverside, California. They had three children, 1934-1938, born at Riverside. He died at Riverside. Marion Ella Totty at Riverside?, California, the daughter of Charles Henry Totty (1874-1916) and Bessie Hedges Maxfield Totty (b. 1873). Children probably live in California.

Ancestors include: Jacob Butcher (1795-1871) of Virginia; Fairfield County, Ohio; and Jay County, Indiana -- John Sherburne (1615-1693) of Odiham, Hamsphire, England, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire -- Thomas Totty (before 1685-ca. 1732) of Yorkshire, England, and Henrico County, Virginia -- Ira H. Maxfield (1806-1874) of Vermont; Clinton County, New York; and Lamont, Michigan.

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