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History of Rev. William Murphy and his descendants, 1798-1918

by Alice Murphy Sturgess
Sturgess, Alice Murphy (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Capitola, California : H. Rogers, 1978
190, [23], 27 leaves : ill., ports.

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Photocopy of original published: St. Louis : Nixon-Jones Pub. Co., 1918. 190 p.

Rev. William Murphy was born in Ireland and married Mary Fanquoy and Sarah Barton. Notes added in 1978 show he was born in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, and married Martha Hodges and Sarah Barton. The Murphys moved to eastern Tennessee after the Revolutionary War. Descendants lived in Missouri, Kentucky, Texas and other areas.

Includes Every name index by George W. Archer; made in 1982. 27 leaves.

Includes Murphy, Cravens, Miller, Rogers, Walker, Hart, Barnes, Blomeyer, Eaves, Wells and related families.

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