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The descendents of Peter Alder (ca. 1788--Sept. 3, 1873) and Mahala Rickey (ca. 1795--1860's)

by Kingsley Arter Taft
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Knoxville, Tennessee : K. Taft, [199-?]
259 p.

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Peter and Mahala Alder had nine children who were born in Virginia. The ones that are primarily traced are the following: William Alder (1815-1885), died Harrison County, Missouri, married Matilda McNett; Elizabeth Alder (1820-1905), died Smyth County, Virginia, married Andrew Nechis Jackson Ketron (Catron); Peggy Margaret Alder (born 1829), married Jacob R. Criger; Philip G. Alder (ca. 1831-1865), died Colorado, married Mary Katherine Burkett; and Louise Catherine Alder (1825-1867), died Smyth County, Virginia, married (1) Tolliver (2) Hiram Clark Catron. Descendants lived in Virginia, Missouri, Montana, Illinois, Iowa, Idaho, Maryland, Ohio, Kentucky, Nebraska, and elsewhere.

Includes Wilson, Timberman, Catron, Atwell, Leeper, Criger, and related families.

Includes index.

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