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My connections with the families of Davenport - Elder - Pigg - Tatum - Shackelford - Sweeney and many others from Virginia - North Carolina - Kentucky - Illinois - Missouri

Davenport - Sweeney and allied families
prepared by Robert Davenport
Books/Monographs
English
  • Pilot Knob, Missouri : R. D. Davenport, 2000
  • 2000
324 p. in various pagings

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Spine title: Davenport - Sweeney and allied families

Includes index at end of each family group section of the book.

Chiefly the ancestors and some of their descendants of Robert Dean Davenport born 26 November 1931, in Macoupin, County, Illinois. He and his wife Helen lived in Sawyer and Washburn counties in Wisconsin for 36 years before moving to Pilot Knob, Missouri. Ancestors include John Davenport, ca. 1770-1835 of Casey County, Kentucky, Moses Sweeney, 1734-1813 of Lincoln County, Kentucky, Peter Elder Sr., died ca. 1674 of Rappahannock, now Essex County, Virginia, Edward Tatum Sr., fl. 1700-1744 of Brunswick County, North Carolina, John Pigg fl. 1658 of Kent County, Virginia (later King and Queen counties), John Shackelford born ca. 1600 and died 1647 in New Alresford, England and some of their descendants. Many of their descendants lived in Kentucky, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas and elsewhere.

Includes Davenport, Elder, Pigg, Tatum, Shackelford, Sweeney, Alderson, Clifton, Coppenbarger, Spainhour, Waters, Whitler and related families.

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