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The ancestors of Paris Pillion and related families

compiled by Paris Pillion
Pillion, Paris, 1918- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Bowling Green, Kentucky : P. Pillion], 1997
69 leaves : ports.

Notes

Includes Osborne, Simpson, Brock, Burchett, and related families.

Includes index.

John Pillion (1763-1850/1860) was born in Northumberland County, Virginia, son of John and Eleanor Pillion. He later settled in Lee County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and elsewhere. Thomas Sutton (1799-1891) was born in North Carolina. He married Hannah Lawson. John Ball (ca. 1670/1674-1722) was born in Stafford County, Virginia. He married Winifred Williams. Solomon Saylor (1765-1848), son of Joseph and Katherine Saylor, was born on Snyder Creek in Mecklenberg County, North Carolina. He married Sarah Salyer in 1788. They moved to Russell County, Virginia and then Harlan county, Kentucky, where they both died. Icile Burchett was born in 1796 in Franklin County, Virginia, son of John and Sally Cooper Burchett. He married Elizabeth Henry in 1816 in Wayne County, Kentucky. He died in 1862 in Clinton County, Kentucky.

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