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The descendants of Joseph Wilkerson (12 May 1729-15 March 1829) and allied families of Bedford County, Virginia

researched, compiled, and handlettered by Janie Mosely Garraghty Jordan
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English
Lynchburg, Virginia : Warwick House Pub., c1995
xii, 242 p. : ill., ports.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 223-224.

Includes DeWitt, Garraghty, Markham, Musgrove, Wilkerson and related families.

Includes index.

Joseph Wilkerson, son of Nicholas, was born 12 May 1729 in Powhatan County, Virginia. His first wife's name is unknown. She had four children: John (b. 1755, md. Susanna Johnson 16 Dec. 1792), Penelope "Nelly" (b. 1764, md. Thomas Markham 3 Dec. 1785), Parson (b. 1765, md. Anna Butler 31 Aug. 1784), and Owen (b. 1770, md. Sarah Sarah Markum 17 Feb. 1787, md. Rachel Musgrove 4 Mar. 1830). Joseph Wilkerson's second wife was Rhoda Lockett (b. 1 Feb. 1768, md. 11 Dec. 1800). She had one son: William Lockett (b. 11 Dec. 1811, md. Keziah Stovel Musgrove 1 April 1828). Includes descendants, chiefly in Virginia, of these five children.

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