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A gathering of Picketts

by Rosemary Beckham Hill and Dixie Johnson Clark
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[S.l. : R.B. Hill & D.J. Clark?], 1998
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Notes

Henry Pickett (Pigget, Piggott) bought property in 1664 in Lancaster County, Virginia. His first wife was Sarah who died around 1699. They had at least 4 children. His second wife was Elizabeth. Henry died in 1702. This book follows the descendants of Henry's son John. It includes some other unrelated Picketts found while gathering information on the previously mentioned Picketts. Descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky, and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Contents: v. 1. Virginia & Kentucky.

Includes the related families of Riddle, Beasley, May, Knight (Knighton), Rennolds (Reynolds), Powell, and many others.

"Erratum:" [1] leaf tipped in after t.p.

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