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The Butlers : ancestors and descendants of James Thomas and Mary Elizabeth (Walker) Butler

by Judith Holden Dixon
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Joplin, Missouri : J.H. Dixon, c1993
144 p. : ports.

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Printed Sources: p. 133.

Includes index.

Includes information on the families of Butler, Pitt, Reese, Rikard and Walker.

Sometime after 1750, Benjamin Butler of Virginia moved to Newberry County, South Carolina. Benjamin was the father of at least one son, Aaron Butler (1770-1831). He married Jane Pitts and they were the parents of Moses Butler (1794-1879) who was born in South Carolina and later lived in North Carolina. He married Elizabeth Reese and they were the parents of twelve children. Descendants live throughout the United States.

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