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Williams, Van Meter, Dubois & Wainscott : pioneer families of Western Virginia and Kentucky ; associated families: Darke, Deyo, French, Harness, Hendricks, Huffman, Osborn, Stringfellow

compiled and produced by Sue Streett
Streett, Sue (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Falls Church, Virginia : S. Streett, [1999?]
ca. 100 p. : geneal. tables

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Includes genealogical information about families located in Western Virginia and Kentucky, primarily the following families: Elizabeth VanMeter born 1748 in Hampshire County, Virginia, wife of Vincent Williams; Abraham DeBois, born in Germany in 1657, immigrated to New York, married Margaret Deyo; Joseph Harness Williams, born 1808 in Hardy County, Virginia, the son of Isaac Williams and Mary Darke Hendricks; James French, born 1851 in Columbiana County, Wisconsin, son of William French of Virginia and Eliza Jane Osborn of Indiana ; George Stringfellow born 1772, Culpeper County, Virginia, married Milly Jennings; Abraham Wainscott Sr., born 1733-1735 in Maryland or Virginia, son of Richard Wainscott and Elizabeth Mary Woolum.

Includes index.

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