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The Waddeys of Williamson County, Tennessee

by John H. Waddey
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Hermitage, Tennessee : J.H. Waddey, 1996
vii, 305 p., [6] plates : ill., ports., maps

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Bibliography: p. 271-276.

John Waddy, the immigrant, was an Englishman born ca. 1619. He came to the Virginia Colony prior to October of 1642. He settled in Northumberland Co., Va. He married Ann Knight, the daughter of Peter Knight in 1651. James E. Waddey (1776-1862), son of James and Elizabeth Mahanes Waddy, was born in Northumberland Co., Va. He married Elizabeth Ransom (b. 1792) about 1811. Family migrated south to Granville Co., North Carolina and in 1820 westward to Williamson Co., Tennessee.

Includes index.

Includes Waddey/Waddy and allied families.

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