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Ancestors and descendants of Benjamin Snead and Felicia Oliver

by Jack Hockett
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
St. Davids, Pennsylvania : J. Hockett, 1995
iii, 283 p. : ill., coat of arms, ports.

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Benjamin Snead (ca. 1765/8-1833), the son of Micajah and Sarah Snead, was born in Halifax Co., Va., and died probably in Russell Co., Va. He married Felicia Oliver (ca. 1770-aft. 1850), daughter of Nickerson Oliver and Elizabeth Durrett, 1790 in Halifax Co., Va. She was born probably in Caroline Co., Va., and died in Washington Co., Va. This Snead family originates from England especially from the area of Staffordshire. One early immigrant ancestor was Samuel Snead, who came to Virginia ca. 1635. Includes the Oliver family of New Kent and King William County, Va. from the late 1600's and the Durrett and Goodloe families of Virginia. Descendants and family members live in Virginia, Georgia, Maryland, Alabama and elsewhere.

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