2 edition of Sowards and Tipsword families in America found in the catalog.
Sowards and Tipsword families in America
John Hubert Doty
2003 by M.D. Rizzo in Sierra Vista, AZ (516 E. Chantilly Dr., Sierra Vista) .
Written in English
|Statement||based on original work by John Hubert Doty ; edited by MaryAnn Doty Rizzo.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S2677 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||2004268746|
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The book covers the Soward and Tipsword families from the ancestor who first arrived in America and the ancestors who were here to greet them to about the mid to late 's. For the Soward family, the first member that John H.
Doty lists is Isaac Soward, Sr. of Greenbrier County, Virginia. Get this from a library. Sowards and Tipsword families in America.
[John Hubert Doty] -- Family history and descendants of Isaac Sowards, Sr. (/) and his wife, Miliston Tipsord, daughter of Griffin Tipsord of Scotland. They came to Philadelphia, Pa.
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Re: Children of Chief Cornstalk By MaryAnn Rizzo Decem at In reply to: Re: Children of Chief Cornstalk. 5/25/ Hi all, This is dealt with in the book Sowards and Tipsword Families in America: Rebels, Natives, Hunters and Settlers, 2nd edition, c, which is now in.
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Doty book on Soward and Tipswords now in print Posted on: 09 Decby rizzomama. Surnames > Tipsword. Hi all, This is an announcement and not an ad. The book Soward and Tipsword Families in America: Rebels, Natives, Hunters and Settlers, 2nd edition, c is now available in print at: GENERAL DESCRIPTION.
The book Pioneer Families of Colonial America covers the families from the ancestor who first arrived in America to the mid to late 's. For the Doty family, the first member that John H. Doty listed was the immigrant Edward Doty (Doten), who came to America on the Mayflower.
John Hubert Doty published the original book in and an updated version was reprinted for. Chief Cornstalk is my great-great-great-great-great grandfather.A distant cousin of my mother had done alot of research on their family name.I believe he is dead now, but years ago my mother got his book on 'Sowards and Tipsword Families in America'.There is a fair of amount of info in the ing to it, Chief Cornstalk's children were, (Christian names) Mary, Elizabeth, Esther.
Sowards Posted on: 09 Janby sherry sowards. Localities > North America > United States > States > Ohio > Counties > Lawrence.
I am researching the Sowards family from Lawrence county. This Sowards family married into the Callicoat and Woodard families.
I have a Cyrus Sowards who married Evalina Woodard I think Cyrus had a brother named. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Tipsword was white by birth and Indian by adoption. He was a pioneer, a missionary preacher, hunter and medicine man among the Indians.
Tipsword's family name was Sowards. He called himself Tipsword after coming to Illinois. Tipsword was a veteran of the Revolutionary War, first fighting at Ramsour's Mill in the : Effingham. Woodford County History 12 Re\. Ernest Clock retired after 43 years Johns Lutheran Churcli for 38 years and the Trinity congregation in La Rose for 32 years.
He has been vacancy pastor at Roanoke, Secor, Eureka, Wenona, Chenoa, and Lexington, and served as visiting pastor of the Bloomington Zone. Book of Mormon Genealogy: Book Reviews & Advertising: Boone Family: Doty-Dowty-Doughty-Logue-Logsdon-Miller-Sowards-Tipsword Families: Douglas-Haden-Churchill-Blakely-George Families: Dutch-Influence On Their Neighbors in Colonial America: Dyer Family: Dyer, Edna Helena Coray Family.
He was born in Virginia in and died in Ohio in HIs wife Esther Carlisle was born in Virginia in and died in Ohio in Thomas's siblings were, Isaac James Sowards b, Griffin Soward Tipsword b, Ruth Sowards b, Rebecca Sowards b, Elenor Nelly Sowards b, Miliston Sowards b Joedy Rowe.
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