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Some descendants of Samuel Oren Ayres of Virginia and Greene County, Tennessee

by Lilah Kate Ayers
Ayres, Lilah Kate (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Midway, Tennessee : I.K. Ayres, 1991
[96?] p.

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The earliest known Bewley was John Bewley (b. 1720) who married Ann Kimble in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They were the parents of Anthony Bewley (1745-1840) who was born in Pennsylvania and married Sallie Phillips and was the father of eleven children. The family moved to Warrensburg, Tennessee where they stayed for several generations. One of their children was Hannah Bewley (1791-1852) who married Samuel Oren Ayres (1815-1851) and was the mother of ten children. Descendants live in Tennessee and other parts of the United States.

Includes index.

Includes information on the families of Ayres, Bewley, Hawkins, Livingston, Myers and Stout.

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