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Pioneers of West Virginia with Shrewsbury, Graham, Howerton, McKinney and allied families

by Doris Graham Slaughter
Slaughter, Doris Graham (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Evansville, Indiana : Evansville Bindery, 1997
xxi p., [26] leaves of p., 501 p. : maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Jeremiah Shrewsbury lived in Virginia in 1755. He married Mary or Polly and their children included Elizabeth, Thomas, Milly, Sally, Polly, John, Rhoda, Phillip and Honor. Alternate spellings of Shrewsbury include Solesberry, Solesbury, Soulsbury and Shrewsby. James Graham lived in Bedford County, Virginia in 1771. He married Sarah Farley. Their children included Jesse, Priscilla, Mary or Molly, Sally, William, Deborah, John, Jonathan, Elizabeth and Robert. John Howerton was born in Montgomery County, Virginia. John married twice, his second wife being Christana Pate. His children included John, Thomas, Obadiah, Nancy, Polly, Sally, William and John. Joseph Floyd McKinney was born around 1770 in Virginia. He married Elizabeth Copley, the daughter of Thomas. Their son was named Joseph. Joseph's second wife was named Ellen Mills. They had ten children.

Other surnames include Maxey, Ferguson, Ereckson, Godfrey, Clay, Furrow, Howard, Jewell, Lester, Pate, Akers, Bailey, Copley, Lusk, Mills, Snead, Gadd, Walker and Whitt.

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