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Some descendants of the Vestal and Lovelace families of Yadkin County, North Carolina, Grayson County, Virginia 1790-1994 : with allied families, Collins, Easley, Efird, Gross, Hash, Money, Rutherford, Shoffner

Anne Vestal Miller
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Rocky Mount, Virginia : Old Mill Printers, 1994
102 p. : geneal. tables, map, port.

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James Vestal Sr. was born about 1730, probably in Surry Co., North Carolina. He married twice, first to Mary Jay and then to Phoebe Allen Thompson. John Lovelace was born about 1765 in Rowan or Wilkes Co., North Carolina and married Ann Laws. Descendants and relatives lived in western North Carolina, Virginia, Kansas, Texas, California, Pennsylvania and elsewhere.

Includes Vestal, Collins, Easley, Efird, Gross, Hash, Lovelace, Money, Rutherford, Shoffner, Adams, Anderson, Brown, Caudle, Chappell, Farrington, Long, Lowder, Macy, Martin, Miller, Sheek, Swaim, Wagoner and related families.

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