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John Tate Winston of Green County, Kentucky

Peggy M. Winston
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Vancouver, Washington : P.M. Winston, c1996
xvi, 325 p. : ill., ports.

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John Tate Wilson was born between 1776 and 1780 in Virginia, probably in Louisa County, the son of Anthony Wilson (1750-ca. 1834), a Revolutionary War soldier. He married Elizabeth Garland Anderson (ca. 1790-ca. 1844) in Louisa County, Virginia, in 1805. John and Elizabeth Wilson migrated to Green County, Virginia, in 1806. They had at least six children, 1808-1826. He died ca. 1846, probably in Green County, Kentucky. Descendants lived in Kentucky, Missouri, Iowa, Texas, Oregon, California, and elsewhere.

Includes the Canary, Hamilton, Lanham, Milby, Mudd, Shipp, Sullivan, and other related families.

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