Miles West born 1796, his children and grandchildren
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Miles West born 1796, his children and grandchildren with appendixes regarding the allied families of Doyle Bowden and Benjamin Williams all of North Carolina and Indiana by Verna Doane Moll

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Published by V.D. Moll in Sonoma, Calif .
Written in English


  • West family.,
  • West, Miles, 1796-1841 -- Family.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and indexes.

Statementcompiled by Verna Doane Moll.
LC ClassificationsCS71.W52 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 234 p. :
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2447655M
LC Control Number87145762

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It was probably here that their first son, Samuel, was born 28 Jan Their second son, Henry, was born in His exact birth date is unknown and again, there are discrepancies on Henry's place of birth. Some histories say Henry was born in Germany before the family left for America and others state Henry was born at sea on the way to. Israel Merrill [and his family] left his old home in Maine during the autumn of , and after a long journey, mostly by water, landed in Astoria and purchased acres of land. Mr. M. worked early and late, and in time became comfortably situated. He died Nov. 12, Mrs. M died Sept. 10, ". Martha Dandridge was born on J (O.S. June 2) on her parents' plantation Chestnut Grove in the Colony of was the oldest daughter of John Dandridge (–), a Virginia planter and immigrant from England, by his wife Frances Jones (–), who was of American birth and English, Welsh, and French descent. Martha had three brothers and four sisters: John ( He died in His son, Samuel Miles, was born in Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky, in He served in the War of and after the war settled in Parke County, Indiana. He married Hannah Ghormley, daughter of Michael Ghormley of Parke County, in They had six children, The family moved to Bowling Green, Indiana.

  John Pearson ( - ), son of John "Old" Pearson (), was born in at Kneeton, Notthinghamshire, England; he died at the age of 53 on 21 October at Howden, Yorkshire, married (1) Catherine Unknown ( - ), (2) Elizabeth Oglethorpe ( - ). Marriages and Children. Catherine Unknown ( - ) William Pearson ( - ). 1. George Soule, son of Unknown and Unknown, was born in in Poss. Eckington, England and died before 22 Jan in Duxbury, Massachusetts.. General Notes:Soule; English, Dweller at or near a muddy pond. From the George Soule and his Descendants for 4 generations book. James Brown [d. ] had given land to each of his children when married or "received their part as they were married" In his will dated , James mentions his son William, not being of age, but "in a state of infantism" Being born cir. , he would have been 19 . The census indicates that Woodson SEAY of McMinn County was born , and therefore might be a grandson of the veteran James SEAY, rather than his son, although it is not unusual to have a spread of sixteen years between children in a family of seven or eight children (Woodson SEAY was listed first among the children in the pension.