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Our Woolsey family

compiled by Marjorie Lewis Young
Young, Marjorie Lewis (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Grand Prairie, Texas : M.L. Young, c1994
39, 4 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes index.

Includes information on the families of Woolsey, Cohee, Davis and Trent.

John Woolsey (1737-1819) was born in New York and moved with his family to Fincastle County, Virginia. He married Sarah Oliphant and they were the parents of fourteen children. John and his family moved to Greene County, Tennessee in 1784. A brother of John Woolsey was also named John Woolsey (1763-1842) and he married Mary Gilbert and they were the parents of at least four children. They lived for a time in Greene County and then moved to Illinois where they lived for a time before moving to Texas. Descendants live in Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas and other parts of the United States.

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