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Some early Southern settlers

by Billie Redding Lewis
Books/Monographs
English
Lake Wales, Florida : B.R. Lewis, c1994
x, 279 p. : ill., facsims., coat of arms, ports., maps

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Family history and ancestors of William Arch Lewis born 1921 in Madison, W.Va. He is the son of George Jefferson Lewis (1881-1978) born in Peytona, Boone Co., W.Va., a son of Hansford Umberson Lewis and Nancy Jane Harless, and Blanche Eunice Nelson (1886-1957), daughter of Andrew Jackson Nelson and Mary Frances Jane Holstine of Winifred Junction. The progenitor of this Lewis family, Andrew E. Lewis, was born 1801 in North Carolina according to 1850 and 1860 U.S. Census of Washington County, Virginia. He married in 1822/23 Elizabeth Kaylor (1804-1846), the daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Weeks Kaylor of German descent. Elizabeth Kaylor died in Washington Co., Ill. He married (2) ca. 1849/50 Sarah Smiley (1820-1881). He died between 1860/1870. He had thirteen children.

Includes Nelson, Harless, Holstine and allied families.

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