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White, Ratcliffe (Ratcliff, Ratliff, Ratliffe) & some related families : mentions in Tazewell County, Virginia (TVC) order books 1801-1840

Jack Hockett
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
St. Davids, Pennsylvania : J. Hackett, 1995
16 p.

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Abednego Benjamin White (1734-1820) was born in Prince Georges County, Maryland. He and his wife, Mary, were married ca. 1770. They had two daughters, ca. 1771-1774. After her death, he married Elizabeth Steel, widow of George Steele, between 1783-1789. They had five children, ca. 1790-after 1810. The family moved to Fairfax County Virginia, ca. 1790, and later moved to Russell County, then Tazewell County, Virginia. Elizabeth died before 1815. He married 3) Nancy Blackwell in 1815 in Tazewell County, Virginia. He died in Tazewell County, Virginia. Includes his Steele step children. Charlotte White (1774-after 1850), daughter of Abednego Benjamin White, married John Ratcliffe (ca. 1765-ca. 1837) ca. 1797.

The remainder of the work consists of records for the White, Ratcliffe (Ratcliff, Ratliff), Steele, and other related families, extracted from Tazewell County, Virginia, order books, 1801-1840.

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