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The Choates of Southern Illinois and related families

compiled by William R. Lawrence, M.D.
Lawrence, William P. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Frankfort, Illinois : W.R. Lawrence, c2000
2 v.

Notes

Christopher Choate, Sr. was born in 1660 in England. He emigrated in 1676 and settled in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He married in about 1686 and had two sons. He died in 1692. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Michigan and Illinois.

Each volume is individually indexed.

Includes Choat, Bagley, Boner, Casey, Chamness, Dalton, Durfee, Duty, Emery, Erekson, Harper, Manford, Simmons, Weaver and related families,

Contents: v. 1. The Choates of southern Illinois and related families; descendants of Ezekiel, Sabert and Absalom Choate -- v. 2. Descendants of Allen, William, Elizabeth, Jesse, Benjamin and Esquire Choate; McFatridge, Lawrence, Grantham, Vaughn and Russell families.

"Corrections and additions:" tipped in after t.p.s of v. 1 [5] p. and v. 2 [5] p.

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