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Higginbotham : descendants of Benjamin and Elizabeth (Graves)

by Mabel LaBiche
LaBiche, Mabel (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Rayne, Louisiana : Hebert Publications, c1996
xiii, 689 p. : ill., coat of arms, map, ports.

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Benjamin Higginbotham, born ca 1728, grew up in Amherst County, Virginia, where he married Elizabeth Graves 21 February 1750. In 1784, they moved to Elbert County, Georgia, and were soon followed by the families of all of their six children: Anne, Caleb, William, Benjamin, Jr., Francis and Joseph. Includes descendants in Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas and elsewhere.

Bibliography: p. 688-689.

Includes index.

Includes Bellard, Cormier, Daigle, Fontenot, Guidry, Higginbotham, Thibodeaux and related families.

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