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Holt-Bennett family history

Author: Margaret Abigail Holt Early
Publisher: Parsons, West Virginia : McClain Printing Company, 1974.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Chiefly, a record of descendants of John Holt who was born at Hog Island, Virginia in 1769 and later moved to Bunker Hill, Pennsylvania. John Holt married Susan Cobun who was born September 23, 1776. Susan was the daughter of James and Sabria Cobun who settled Masontown, Monongalia County, Virginia in 1770. John and Susan were married on March 6, 1797. They had ten children. Descendants lived in Virginia,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Family histories
Named Person: Holt family.; Bennett family.; Bennett family.; Holt family.; Holt.; Hacker.; Hughes.; Jones.; Bennett.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Abigail Holt Early
ISBN: 0870121634 9780870121630
OCLC Number: 866492638
Notes: Includes index.
Includes Holt, Bennett, Jones, Hacker, Hughes and related families.
Description: xiii, 192 pages : illustrations, facsimile, portraits ; 23 cm
Responsibility: compiled by Margaret Abigail Holt Early.

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Chiefly, a record of descendants of John Holt who was born at Hog Island, Virginia in 1769 and later moved to Bunker Hill, Pennsylvania. John Holt married Susan Cobun who was born September 23, 1776. Susan was the daughter of James and Sabria Cobun who settled Masontown, Monongalia County, Virginia in 1770. John and Susan were married on March 6, 1797. They had ten children. Descendants lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Illinois, California and elsewhere.

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