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A search for family : from Tennessee to Texas and beyond

by Richard L. Evans
Evans, Richard L. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Houston, Texas : R.L. Evans, c1998
253 p.

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Jonathan Evans was born in about 1753 in Augusta County, Virginia. His father was Evan Evans. He married Hannah Cravens, daughter of John Cravens and Martha Hiatt. They settled in Green County, Tennessee and had eight known children. Jonathan died in 1813. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Alabama, Tennessee and Texas.

Includes index.

Includes Harrison, Love, Woods, Patton, Kelsey, Sparger, Wolfensberger, Akin, Pound, Roach, Shaw, McNeill, Lindsay, Lauderdale, Potts, Burton, Malott, Marshall, Nichols, Venable and related families.

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