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Ancestral families of Robert Lee Pack : including Archer, Borden, Callison, Carper, Crostic, Farley, Hughes, Leach, Lively, Maddy, Morris, Pack, Peck, Shumate, Sovain, and Winter

privately compiled/published by John F. Vallentine
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Springville, Utah : J.F. Vallentine, 1998
1 v. (various pagings) : geneal. tables

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Robert Lee Pack (1863-1912) was born at Table Rock, Raleigh, West Virginia, son of Bartley Pack (1822-1896) and Hester Elizabeth Carper (1825-1883). He married Emily Catherine Wood (1867-1954) in 1885 at Attica, Kansas. Both died in Fresno, California. Ancestry is traced to Samuel Pack (ca. 1755-1833), probable son of Samuel Pack, Sr. He was born in Augusta County, Virginia and died in Monroe County, West Virginia. He married ca. 1776 Mary Farley, daughter of Francis Farley, Sr. and Elizabeth Crostic. Carper ancestry is traced to Jacob Carper (born ca. 1730 in Germany), probable son of Nicholas Carper. He lived in Sharpsburg, Maryland. Descendants and family members lived in Kansas, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and elsewhere.

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