So Obscure a Person

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Lulu.com, Apr 1, 2008 - Reference - 256 pages
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"So Obscure a Person" is a family history and genealogy of ALEXANDER STINSON Senior of Buckingham County, Virginia and his Virginia descendants. His life spanned almost the entire eighteenth century of Virginia. He is the progenitor of the STINSON family of Buckingham County, including those who went further South after the Revolutionary War. This book is the result of years of research at courthouses and libraries in Virginia and elsewhere. It is extensively documented with both embedded sources and footnotes, and is fully indexed. There is an excursus on the HOOPER family which includes the CABELL and MAYO cousins, relatives of the STINSONs.
 

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Contents

The Kidnapped Story
1
Who Were They?
11
Alexander STINSON Senior
19
Genealogy Register
39
STINSON Generation 2
47
STINSON Generation 3
87
STINSON Generation 4
121
STINSON Generation 5
143
The HOOPER Excursus
171
HOOPER Generation 2
179
HOOPER Generation 3
185
HOOPER Generation 4
203
Virginia Burial Traditions
215
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