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A chronology of Simon Hefferling/Heflin, 1741, Va. - 1803, Ky.

by Don Heflin
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Georgetown, Kentucky : D.L. Heflin, 1995]
[62] leaves. : geneal. tables.

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"What the folowing chronological study consists of is, just that, a list of ALL of the extant rec.s that dicatate the lives and locations of Simon and associated families ..."

Includes family group sheets for Simon's family and those of his children. Simon Hefferling/Heflin (1741-1803) was born at Aquia, Stafford County, Virginia, the son of William Heaflon. He married Ailse [Payne?] (ca. 1742-between 1820 and 1826) ca. 1759 at Fredricksburg, Virginia. They had eight children, 1760-1781, born at Orlean, Fauquier County, Virginia. He died at Lewisburg, Mason County, Kentucky. Children and grandchildren lived in Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois. The surname is spelled Heflin and Hefling.

Includes the Allen, Hammonds, Havens, and Gray families.

Also includes genealogical tables showing line of descent from William Heaflon (b. ca. 1720), through his son, Simon, to the author, Donald Lee Heflin, who was born in 1931 at Council Bluffs, Iowa.

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