2 edition of The Hargretts of Georgia and their ancestors in Germany and North Carolina found in the catalog.
The Hargretts of Georgia and their ancestors in Germany and North Carolina
|Statement||by Felix Hargrett|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||138|
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c Description: viii, pages, 3 unnumbered leaves of plates: portraits. The Hargretts of Georgia and their origins in Germany and North Carolina / Author: Hargrett, Felix. Call# CTH H37 GEN Catalog Number: Object Name: Book Subjects: Genealogy - Hargett family. Georgia - Biography.
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Except where otherwise noted, all content copyright. W ILLIAM and M ARGRET B ROWN F AMILY H ISTORY L IBRARY and C ENTER. s’ Home in Rowan County, North Carolina. Main Entrance "Home" In the mids, William and Margret BROWN lived in Rowan County (created ), North Carolina, with some of their 9 children; 3 sons and 6 daughters.
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