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Re: Will do Wythe Co. look ups
Posted by: Mona Knight (ID *****9784) Date: June 03, 2012 at 15:15:23
In Reply to: Re: Will do Wythe Co. look ups by Christine Distelhorst of 1231

Information in the Mary Kegley books reference Christopher Millirons and Henry Millirons. There is a note about a land transaction, Nov 26, 1782, 300 acres on Reed Creek, Robert Steel, assignee of Christopher Milliron, assignee of Samuel Newberry.

Another entry, a list of thge men from 18 to 50 in age in Capt Henry Patton's company, March 24, 1781, including Henry Millirons. In 1779, Henry Patton was justice of the peace. This list is for the militia.

I hope this helps.

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