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The Neblett--Middleton connection

compiled by Jeanne Branom
Branom, Jeanne (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Commerce, Texas : J. Branom, 1994
301 leaves. : ill., facsims., map, ports.

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Francis Neblett (ca. 1723-1778?) was probably born in Accomack County, Virginia, perhaps the son of Richard Neblett. He married Elizabeth Sterling before 1744, probably in Sussex County, Virginia. They had seven children, 1744-1759, born in Albermarle Parish, Virginia. Their son, Rev. John Neblett (1755-1830), married Susannah Hightower (ca. 1757-1836) ca. 1776 in Virginia. They had thirteen children, ca. 1777-ca. 1806, born in Lunenberg County, Virginia, and Montgomery County, Tennessee. John and Susannah Neblett died in Montgomery County, Tennessee. Descendants listed lived in Tennessee, Texas, and elsewhere.

Robert Middleton (ca. 1651-ca. 1708) was probably born in Virginia. He married Mary Wheeler (1658-1702) in Charles County, Maryland, ca. 1672. They had eight children. He died in Prince Georges County, Maryland. Descendants of his son, William Middleton (ca. 1685-1769?), lived in Maryland, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, and elswhere. The Middleton-Neblett connection was in Texas.

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