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Roper and Tallent families of Macon County NC

Anna Lois Tallent McHan, Patricia Caldwell, L. David Roper
Books/Monographs
English
Blacksburg, Virginia : L.D. Roper, 1994
318 p. in various pagings

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Descendants of James Roper, Sr. (ca. 1766-1853), son of David and Sarah Roper. He was born probably in Orange Co., N.C. or Charles City Co., Va. He died in Burke Co., N.C. He was married to Elizabeth ? in 1792 in Caswell, N.C. They had ten children born in North Carolina. David Roper moved his family from Caswell Co., N.C. to Burke Co. before 1790. In 1760 he was a citizen of Charles City Co., Virginia. Aaron Tallant, Jr. (ca. 1760-aft.1840) is the other early ancestor. He was born in Virginia, and died in Burke Co., N.C. He married Mary Moses (1760-1862), daughter of David Moses and Nancy Bergin. They had six children. Several members of these two families have intermarried in several generations. Descendants live in North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, West Virginia, Georgia and elsewhere.

Includes indexes.

Includes Roper, Tallant/Tallent, Raby, Poindexter, Loyd, Morgan and allied families.

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