Last edited by Grosho
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 | History

4 edition of The descendants of James A. Dickson, ca. 1820-1864, of Tennessee and Texas found in the catalog.

The descendants of James A. Dickson, ca. 1820-1864, of Tennessee and Texas

Roy S. Dickson

The descendants of James A. Dickson, ca. 1820-1864, of Tennessee and Texas

allied families, Coleman, Fulbright, Harkey, Nall, Tippen

by Roy S. Dickson

  • 235 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by R.S. Dickson in [Bartlesville, Okla.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dixon family.,
  • Dickson, James A., ca. 1820-1864 -- Family.,
  • Coleman family.,
  • Fulbright family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Roy S. Dickson, Jr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.D621 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination232 p. :
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2092500M
    ISBN 100961982209
    LC Control Number88136781
    OCLC/WorldCa18632546


Share this book
You might also like
Color (How Artists Use/2nd Edition)

Color (How Artists Use/2nd Edition)

Xxxs/Ooos Pazazz Notes/Messa

Xxxs/Ooos Pazazz Notes/Messa

Women migrants from East to West

Women migrants from East to West

Temper, temper

Temper, temper

world the world wants (a sociocratic order)

world the world wants (a sociocratic order)

Syllabus of lectures on the practice of surgery

Syllabus of lectures on the practice of surgery

Convention providing a uniform law for cheques

Convention providing a uniform law for cheques

Rules to be observed by all the residents of Hopeland, Oregon.

Rules to be observed by all the residents of Hopeland, Oregon.

The sun is my enemy

The sun is my enemy

The descendants of James A. Dickson, ca. 1820-1864, of Tennessee and Texas by Roy S. Dickson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The descendants of James A. Dickson, ca.of Tennessee and Texas: Allied families, Coleman, Fulbright, Harkey, Nall, Tippen [Dickson, Roy S] on Buy The descendants of James A.

Dickson, ca.of Tennessee and Texas: Allied families, Coleman, Fulbright, Harkey, Nall, Tippen by Roy S Dickson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Roy S Dickson. The Descendants of James A. Dickson, (ca.

), of Tennessee and Texas Allied Families, Coleman, Fulbright, Harkey, Nall, Tippen (Book): Dickson, Roy S.

"Downeast Dicksons: 42 Lines of Early New England Settlers and All the Descendants, as ofof Captain Talbot Dickson and Susan Hayland of Ca. 1820-1864, Maine" by Katharine Dickson, "The Descendants of James A.

Dickson (Also Dixon), ca, Tennessee and Texas: Allied Families, Coleman, Fulbright, Harkey, Nall, Tippen" by Roy. Read the digitized book:Descendants of Joseph C. Troyer: a chronological record of the descendants of Joseph C.

Troyer - Descendants of Joseph C. Troyer: a chronological record of the descendants of Joseph C. Troyer. Read the digitized book:Descendants of Nathan and Rebecca Fobes [of Wayne Township, Ohio By using this website you consent to our use of cookies. Learn more Close. James Patterson 16 May Anderson, Tennessee, United States - abt managed by Lisa Robinson Zacheus Patterson abt Scotland - abt managed by Mark McKenzie Jane (Patterson) Stewart 18 Jan Redstone, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania - Nov managed by Judith Miller.

shooting Posted on: 15 Marby TRACEY. Localities > North America > United States > States > Illinois > Counties > Cook Novem Cornelius Barrett #63 Michael O'Brien # Novem Mathias # May 4, George Miller # May 6, John Barrett # May 6, Timothy Flavih.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Full text of "The Sacketts of America: their ancestors and descendants, " See other formats. T James Steele Thompson b. 22 Jun North Carolina; d. 11 May near Bellville, Austin, Texas.

John Henry Thompson; Archibald Hamilton Thompson; James William Thompson, b. 7 Apr McMinnville, Warren, Tennessee; d. 17 Jul TX. Clyden Ham Thompson, b. Duke University. Call Number: Sec. Letters to Eglantine Agours (or Agurs) from relatives in Tennessee, Texas, and South Carolina, containing chiefly family news, but with some references to secession, civilian and military life in the South, the battle of Shiloh, the 12th Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers, and Reconstruction in South Carolina.

Follow these links for explanations of the aim & purpose of this catalog, its condition of use, the dates, the general abbreviations, the language abbreviations, the nationality abbreviations & the electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing & on selling or valuing old books.

More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained in. BAYOU PUERTO: A pre-Gulf Hills Chronology. Bayou Puerto is the ancestral name for the area that most of us refer to today as Gulf small, isolated, primarily Roman Catholic settlement came into existence in the mid th Century, and encompassed for the most part the S/2 of Sect all of Sect the E/2 of Sect and the NE/4 of Section 24 all of T7S-R9W, Jackson County.

this company was James McCune, probably a son of William McCune, and Abraham Ruddell who was captured and taken to Detroit. This is the same Abe Ruddell who was taken in and son of Isaac Ruddell. I have a book by Elias Darnell, a soldier in the campaign who makes mention of Ruddell as being an Indian scout for Gen.

Winchester's troops. Descendants of Abraham ESTES () ===== This chart contains the descendents of Abraham Eastes (), who emigrated to the USA, setting in King & Queen County, VA, sometime in the 's.

Information on prior generations, as well as parallel lines remaining in England can be found in the UK EASTES files.

Readbag users suggest that Table of Contents is worth reading. The file contains page(s) and is free to view, download or print. Benjamin McCulloch () was a Tennessee-born Texas settler who fought in American battles far and wide. He accompanied his neighbor Davy Crockett to Texas inbut arrived at the Alamo.

Ancestry of William B. Calvert (ca - ca ) originally was taken from a letter quoted by Gene & Jeanie Hardyman in their book "Descendants of William Hardeman from Kentucky." The authors point out that they have not researched the Calvert line and have been "unable to .