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Historical sketches of the Winters family, pioneer settlers of middle Tennessee

Ralph L. Winters

Historical sketches of the Winters family, pioneer settlers of middle Tennessee

by Ralph L. Winters

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Published in Clarksville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Winters family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ralph L. Winters.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W788 1965
    The Physical Object
    Pagination v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5976665M
    LC Control Number66003077
    OCLC/WorldCa8675251

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    Louisa's life in a loving, turn-of-the-century pioneer family on the Nebraska prairie is altered by the arrival of a new doctor and his beautiful, frail wife. DeClements, Barthe. The Bite of the Gold Bug: A Story of the Alaskan Gold Rush. Bucky and his father use the family's life savings to pursue Alaskan gold in LINCOLN R. LONG Lincoln R. Long was born at Goulds, N. Y., on February 3, , one of four sons born to Joseph and Hannah Long. The father, Joseph, died at Gettysburg while serving with the North in the Civil War.

    Ancestors of Roscoe Clinton Myers Lewis Crain, Sr~ 1, born in possibly North Carolina; died Abt. in possibly Holston River, NC (later Tennessee).He married Elizabeth Head Bef. Elizabeth Head, born Abt. in Surry County, NC; died in possibly Robertson County, was the daughter of George Head I and Sketches of western Methodism: biographical, historical, and miscellaneous, illustrative of pioneer life / (Cincinnati: Printed at the Methodist Book Concern for the author, ), by James B. Finley and W. P. Strickland (page images at HathiTrust).


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Caleb Winters Jr, son of Caleb Winters. and Sarah Harris, was born in in Robertson County, Tennessee and died after in probably Butts County, Georgia. General Notes: Source of information regarding the Winters family is "Historical Sketches of the Winters Family - Pioneer Settlers of Middle Tennessee" by Ralph L.

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Tennessee had 4 siblings: July M Winters and 3 other siblings. A contemporary photograph of an old section of Avery's Trace, a wagon road running from Knoxville to Middle Tennessee.

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