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Our Hansons, Hensons, Hinsons : a history of the Hansons of Culpeper County, Virginia; Randoph County, North Carolina; Chatham County, North Carolina; Union County, North Carolina; Stanly County, North Carolina

William Ashley Hinson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Rowland, North Carolina : W.A. Hinson], c1996
[11], 448 p., [40] leaves of plates. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Variations of Hanson include Henson and Hinson. Other surnames include Wood, Hoyle, Baley, Hopkins, Hooe, Elton, Threlkeld, Bell.

George Hanson settled in Virginia before 1662. George and his wife Elinor were the parents of George A., Alexander, Robert, Joseph, Alvin and John. Other localities include Maryland, Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia.

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