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The Stackhouses of Appalachia : even to our own times

Author: Jacqueline Burgin Painter
Publisher: Asheville, NC : Grateful Steps, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Summary:
Amos Stackhouse was born 31 March 1819 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He married Rebecca Snow (d. 1846) in 1843. They had one son, Ellison Stackhouse (1845-1925). Amos married Anna Williamson in 1849. They had six children. He married Anna Myers (1851-1916) in 1871 in Jacksonville, Florida. They had four children. He died in 1909 in Stackhouse, North Carolina.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Amos Stackhouse; Stackhouse family.; Stackhouse.; Aumiller.; Betts.; Dockery.; Gahagan.; Honeycutt.; Landers.; Norton.; Ramsey.; Rumbough.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacqueline Burgin Painter
ISBN: 9780978954802 0978954807 9780978954819 0978954815
OCLC Number: 85484615
Description: 421 pages : illustrations, maps, photographs (some color) ; 23 cm
Other Titles: Even to our own times
Responsibility: by Jacqueline Burgin Painter.

Abstract:

Amos Stackhouse was born 31 March 1819 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He married Rebecca Snow (d. 1846) in 1843. They had one son, Ellison Stackhouse (1845-1925). Amos married Anna Williamson in 1849. They had six children. He married Anna Myers (1851-1916) in 1871 in Jacksonville, Florida. They had four children. He died in 1909 in Stackhouse, North Carolina.
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