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William Yates, 1850-1928

Helen Hart Luckett

William Yates, 1850-1928

his ancestors and his descendants

by Helen Hart Luckett

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Published by H.H. Luckett in [Fort Worth, TX] (6317 Kenwick Ave., Fort Worth 76116) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yates family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Helen H. Luckett.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.Y33 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 29 leaves :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2941230M
    LC Control Number84179830

    BIRD, William Harvey () 10th Great Grandson. BIRD, William Hayes () 9th Great Grandson. BIRD, William Henry () 8th Great Grandson. BIRD, William Hunter (Abt ) 10th Great Grandson. BIRD, William James () 9th Great Grandson. BIRD, William Leander () 11th Great Grandson. Yates, J. A. () Colonial Slavery: Letters to the Right Honorable William Huskisson (Liverpool: Harris and Co). Twenty-nine Years in the West Indies and Central Africa Jan

    Nellie Yates married Edgar K. McGinnis, son of William Hardin McGinnis and Mary E. Brown. 1 Nellie Yates was born on 3 August at Clarksville, Pike Co., Missouri, USA. 1 Nellie Yates died on 18 May at Clarksville, Pike Co., Missouri, USA, at age 1. The Library of William Congreve (English) By Congreve, William, , Hodges, John Cunyus, [Editor] Earth La terre et la lune forme extérieure et structure interne (French) By Puiseux, P. (Pierre Henri),

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