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Fri Mar 21 17:14:10 2014 UTClccn-n830442350.19John Gulley genealogy : a planter in Alabama and Arkansas and his descendants : also the families of Bizzell, Godley, Ligon, Mendenhall, Purifoy, and others of England and colonial America /0.190.19John Gulley genealogy : a planter in Alabama and Arkansas and his descendants : also the families of Bizzell, Godley, Ligon, Mendenhall, Purifoy, and others of England and colonial America /75223064n 83044235932105lccn-sh85014461Bissell familylccn-sh85076952Ligon familylccn-sh89005931Gulley familylccn-n92014220Gulley, John1788-1870lccn-sh85083539Mendenhall familylccn-sh85018219Burwell familyviaf-294819881Cocke familylccn-sh85042770Emerson familynp-cocke, williamCocke, Williamlccn-sh85010809Bacon familyJohn, Paul1916-GenealogyFamiliesBurwell familyVirginia--King's Creek PlantationCocke familyEmerson familyVirginiaGulley familyLigon familyVirginia--York CountyMendenhall familyBissell familyCocke, WilliamGulley, John,Bacon family1916198219914426929.20973CS71.G95864ocn866603241282ocn023951891book19910.19John, PaulJohn Gulley genealogy : a planter in Alabama and Arkansas and his descendants : also the families of Bizzell, Godley, Ligon, Mendenhall, Purifoy, and others of England and colonial America164ocn009732346book19820.19John, PaulBurwell residents of King's Creek, a plantation in York County, Colonial Virginia, and descendants of William Cocke : also the families of Armistead, Bacon, Ball, Emmerson, Jones, Latane, Waring, and others of England and VirginiaGenealogyNathaniel Bacon (1620-1692) married twice, Mrs. Ann Bassett Smith, widow, and Mrs. Elizabeth Kingmill Taylow, widow, but had no issue. His niece, Abigail Smith married Lewis Burwell. Descendants of James Burwell (1690-1718) of King's Creek and descendants of Dr. William Cocke (1672-1720) of Williamsburg were inextricably intertwined by intermarriage. They lived chiefly in the SouthFri Mar 21 15:55:44 EDT 2014batch3430