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Appomattox County, Virginia

Appomattox County Virginia heritage
[Appomattox County Heritage Book Committee]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Summersville, West Virginia : S.E. Grose and the Appomattox Heritage Committee, c2001
224 p. : ill., maps, ports.

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Maps on lining papers.

Includes index.

Contains a history of Appomattox County and includes a large section of family histories.

Includes Abbitt, Almond, Babcock, Bagby, Baldwin, Beasley, Burge, Cannifax, Carson, Cheatham, Coleman, Conner, Dickerson, Doss, Drinkard, Ferguson, Garrette, Gilliam, Goin, Harris, Harvey, Inge, Jamerson, Jennings, Lawing, Lewis, Lucado, Martin, Marsh, Megginson, Moore, Morris, McDearmon, O'Brien, Pankey, Phelps, Ranson, Richardson, Spiggle, Sweeney, Thornhill, Torrence, Trent, Walton, Webb, Williams, Williamson, Wooldridge and ither families.

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