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Georgia descendants of Nathaniel Pope of Virginia, John Humphries of South Carolina and Allen Gay of North Carolina

by John D. Humphries
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Atlanta, Georgia : J.D. Humphries, 1934
40 p.

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Includes Landrum and related families.

Nathaniel Pope emigrated from England and settled in Maryland ca. 1637, later moving to Virginia in 1650. John Humphries, son of John Humphries of Chester District, South Carolina, married Annie Brannon and moved to Georgia ca. 1826. Allen Gay (1765-1847) was born in Northampton County, North Carolina and died in Coweta County, Georgia. Descendants of these families lived in Virginia, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, California, Alabama, and elsewhere.

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