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A history of the Hardgrave family : the descendants of Major Francis Hardgrave Revolutionary War soldier

researched, written and compiled by Cecil Edward Hardgrave and Clarence Russell Williams
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Vallejo, California : C.E. Hardgrave, c1998
2 v. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports.
4th ed.

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Chiefly a record of some of the ancestors and descendants of Francis Hardgrave. Francis was born 5 Mar 1745 in Augusta County, Virginia, to James Hardgrave III and Elizabeth Cawley. He married Sarah Skelton in 1769. She was born 7 Feb 1751 in Augusta County, Virginia. She died 30 Nov 1832 in Davidson County, Tennessee. He died 7 Aug 1828 in Davidson County, Tennessee. They were the parents of nine children. Descendants lived in Alabama, Kansas, New York, and elsewhere.

Includes Rile, Cager, Conway, Hyden, and related families.

Contents: v. 1. to p. 355 -- v. 2. p. 356 to end.

Includes index.

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