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Whitt-Johnson family history : ancestors and descendants of Estill V. Whitt & Sara Ann Johnson Whitt : with related families, Bailey, Barker, Bishop, Blevins, Boggs, Copenhaver, Harkrader, Holbrook, Ison, Leedy, Lester, Lyon/s, Nickell, Perry, Pride, Rader, Redwine, Repa

by J.B. Whit ; editor, Aileen M. Whitt
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
New Richmond, Ohio : J.B. Whitt, c1988
200 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Estill V. "Eck" Whitt (1902-1987), son of Jonas Bentley Whitt and Mary Alice Rose, married Sara Ann Johnson (1900-1983), daughter of Herschel Vaughn Johnson and Cora Agnes Bailey. Both Estill and Sara were born in Elliott County, Kentucky and later moved to Clermont County, Ohio. Whitt ancestry is traced to Richard Whitt (ca. 1728/30-ca. 1809/13) and Susannah Scruggs of Virginia and the Carolinas. Johnson ancestry is traced to Jesse Johnson and Ann Stanfield who were married in 1798 in Greene County, Tennessee and later moved to Kentucky. Much information is also given on other ancestral lines.

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