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Forebears and descendants of Landreth pioneers

compiled by Eugene Landreth
Landreth, Eugene, 1919- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Pleasant Grove, Alabama : E. Landreth, 1994
358 p.
22d ed.

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Contents: Traditional Landreth ancient history -- Thomas Landreth, who died 1800 in Guilford County, North Carolina, his wife was Martha -- William Landreth, who died in 1801 in Ashe County, North Carolina, his wife was Kissiah -- Benjamin Landreth, who married Hannah Owens, died 1807/08 in Patrick County, Virginia -- John Landreth, whose wife was Amy. He died 1812 in Greenville County, South Carolina -- Nathaniel Landreth, whose wife of Mary "Polly". He died in 1836 in Ashe County, North Carolina -- David, Cuthbert, and Oliver Landreth. David was founder of Landreth Seed compnay in Philadelphia -- Landreths who settled in Cleveland, Ohio, during the 1840s -- Thomas and James Landreth. They were in Madison County, Alabama, in early 1800s -- Olin Landreth, who was in New York in 1850 -- Zachariah "Zachry" Taylor Landreth -- Pioneer Landreths in Canada -- Pioneer Landreths in New Zealand.

Landreth families in North and South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Alabama, throughout the United States, and in Canada and New Zealand. The surname is also spelled Landrith.

Includes the Carlisle, Tolliver/Toliver, Baldwin, Carter, and other allied families.

Each section includes its own index.

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