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Caswell Rhinehart family journal, 1844 to 1997

compiled and edited by Dixie Rhinehart Calder Ferris
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Cary, North Carolina : D.R.C. Ferris, c1997
162 p. : geneal. tables, ports.

Notes

Caswell Rhinehart (1844-1898) was born in Tennessee and lived in Meigs County. He married Sarah Carson House in 1868. She was born in South Carolina in 1842, daughter of Thomas House and Louiza Murphrey. They later lived in Lydia Township, South Carolina. Caswell was buried in Hartsville, South Carolina. Descendants lived in South Carolina and elsewhere.

Bibliography: p. 140-143.

Includes index.

Includes House, Bright, Clarke, Reinhardt, Murphrey, Chaplin, Fields, Parrott, and related families.

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