Ancestral Study of Four Families: Roberts, Griffith, Cartwright [and] Simpson...

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E.G. Roberts, 1939 - 1073 pages
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William Roberts lived in Culpepper County, Virginia in 1752, and moved before 1762 to Halifax County, Virginia. Descendants moved to North Carolina, Louisiana, Texas and elsewhere.
 

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