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The descendants of Thomas and Mary (Lanford) Leatherwood

by Phillip Glenn Wheeler
Wheeler, Phillip Glenn (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Fontana, California : P.G. Wheeler, 1995
102 leaves in various foliations

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"This history is an excerpt of the larger work The History of the Lanford family of Spartanburg, South Carolina. (unpublished) by Phillip Glenn Wheeler, 1345 pages. Completed, 1995."

Mary Lanford (ca. 1779-ca. 1871), daughter of James and Miss (Lowry) Lanford, was probably born in Virginia or North Carolina. She married Thomas Leatherwood in 1795 in Spartanburg District, South Carolina. They had at least three children. The family migrated to Cocke County, Tennessee, ca. 1811. Descendants listed lived in Tennessee and elsewhere. Includes information about the ancestry of Thomas and Mary Lanford Leatherwood.

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