Genealogical notes, ca. 1880-1881.

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Brown, Alexander, 1843-1906. Genealogical notes, ca. 1880-1881.

Genealogical notes, ca. 1880-1881.

Notes, possibly published in the Standard, Richmond, Va. concerning Thomas Massie (1747-1834) married Sarah Cocke. Also mentions William Cocke who died in Mississippi in 1828.

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Cocke family.

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Cocke, William, 1747-1828

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Brown, Alexander, 1843-1906

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Born at Glenwood, Nelson County, Va., Alexander Brown was deafened while serving in the Confederate Army in the explosion of a powder-boat near Fort Fisher, N.C. He married Caroline Augusta Cabell and after her death, Sarah Randolph Cabell. He was the author of The Genesis of the United States, The First Republic in America, The Cabells and Their Kin and other works. From the description of Papers, 1748-1900. (College of William & Mary). WorldCat record id: 21062305 Alex...

Massie, Thomas, 1747-1834.

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Thomas Massie was commissioned a captain in the 6th Virginia Regiment in March 1776, promoted to major in the 11th Virginia Regiment in February 1778, transferred to the 2nd Virginia Regiment in September 1778, and resigned June 1779. Son of William and Martha Macon Massie, he married Sarah Cooke in 1781. After the revolutionary war he received over 5,000 acres of land in Ohio and Kentucky for his service. From the description of Account book: 1776-1778. (Unknown). WorldCat record id...

Massie family.

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Massie, Sarah Cocke.

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