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Neighbours, Neighbors, Nabours, Nabors, Nabers

by Dr. Grover Cooley Tom Nabors ; computer advisor, William Mengert Nabors
Books/Monographs
English
Dallas, Texas : G.C.T. Nabors, c1994
2 v. : ill., facsims., ports.

Notes

This is an update to: Neighbours / by John Whitman Monroe Neal.

The immigrant ancestor, Abraham Neighbours (1684-1798), was born in France and was a Huguenot. After landing in Philadelphia, he subsequently migrated to Virginia and in Loudon County, Va. he met Rebecca and they married. He later moved to Burkingham County and on to South Carolina. He lived in Newberry Co. and Laurens Co., S. C. Abraham and Rebecca Neighbours are said to have had twelve or thirteen children, but only two have been identified. Descendants and family members live in the Carolinas, Georgia, Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and elsewhere. Books include other families by the name of Neighbours etc. from the same areas eventhough relationships have not been positively established.

Variant spellings include: Neighbours/Neighbors/Nabours/Nabors/Nabers.

Includes index in each volume.

Includes Patterson, Ford and allied families.

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