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Southern kith and kin : a record of my children's ancestors

by Jewel Davis Scarborough (Mrs. Dallas Scarborough)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Abilene, Texas : J.D. Scarborough, c1951-1958
4 v. : ill., coat of arms, ports.

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Chiefly ancestral families, relatives, and descendants of the author and her husband, Dallas Scarborough. Laura Jewel Davis and her twin sister, Mary Louie Davis, were born in 1887 at Pittsburg, Texas, the daughters of Charles Gardner Davis (1858-1938) and Martha Alice Lockett Davis (1859-1910). She married Dallas Scarborough in 1908 at Abilene, Texas. The had two sons, 1909-1923. Children and grandchildren were living in Texas in 1952. Dallas Scarborough was born in Williamson County, Texas, in 1882, the son of Isaac Polk Scarborough (1846-1919) and Mary Adeline Russell Scarborough (1854-1911). He was a lawyer at Abilene, Texas, and died in 1957 or 1958.

Ancestors include: Captain Edmond Scarborough (1584-1634) of North Walsham, England; and Virginia -- John Davis, a Revolutionary War soldier of Virginia; and his grandson, William Davis (1798-1870) of Georgia and Salem, Alabama -- Thomas Lockett (d. 1686) of England and Henrico County, Virginia.

Contents: v. 1. The Locketts -- v. 2. The Davis family and their connections -- v. 3. Major James Scarborough, his ancestors and descendants -- v. 4. Family potpourri : The Aldredges. Georgia and her land grands, bounty grants, and lotteries. Nathan Aldredge and his descendants. Samuel Hanson, Georgia Revolutionary soldier. William and Nathan Sims. Richard Bullock, third, and his descendants. Reubin Aldridge and his descendants. Isaac Aldridge, Texas Revolutionary soldier. John Aldridge. Kinsman in the Texan Revolution. More about the Davises. Major William Russell, patriot, soldier, pioneer. The Stovall family. The Tatom family.

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