William James and His Descendants
From Virginia to Middle Tennessee, Then to Gibson County, Tennessee and Later Across the United StatesBook - 2014
The book is a genealogical history of the descendants of William James, Sr., who lived in Virginia between 1704 and 1772, having died and leaving his will in Amela County, VA. The 482 page hard bound book traces his descendants and related families from Virginia throughout the United States with emphasis on families that migrated to Tennessee around 1800, including to Rutherford and Gibson Counties in particular. There are 86 family chapters plus 3 chapters on the history of Gibson County, Tennessee and related James family photos and information. Some of the most frequent occurring surnames are Alvis, Braswell, Cheely, Dungan, Foster, Hamilton, Hobson, James (approximately 340), Jones, Lenoir, Martin, May, Moseley, Parker, Robertson, Smith, Taylor, Wesson, Wilson, and many others. Included is a 25 page, 3 column Name Index with over 700 surnames and approximately 3,200 named individuals.
Publisher: [Argyle, Tex. : Glenice Norton], 2014.
Branch Call Number: 929.2 N823
Characteristics: x, 467 pages : illustrations, maps, facsimiles, genealogical tables ; 29 cm