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Ferril-Means genealogy

by Mrs. Wallace Burk (Marie Walker)
Burk, Marie Walker (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Liberty, Missouri : M.W. Burk, 1964
[96] p., [43] leaves

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David Laird Ferril was born in 1799 in Washington County, Virginia. He married Mary Carlock in about 1819 in Overton County, Tennessee. They had nine children. David died in 1864 in Clay County, Missouri. Andrew Means was born 23 March 1789 in Randolph County, North Carolina. He married Sarah Ware Hensley (1789-1877) in about 1811 in Grainger County, Tennessee. They had eleven children. Andrew died in 1877 in Clay County, Missouri. The two families were united when Robert Lakin Ferril (1831-1878) and Sarah Margaret Means (1837-1929) were married in 1854. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Missouri.

Includes Bowen, McCorkle, Hayter, McMahan, Corum, Mowbray, Steele and related families.

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