1 edition of A History of the Myers Overstreet and Gray Families found in the catalog.
A History of the Myers Overstreet and Gray Families
Jourdan George Myers
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Myers, Overstreet and Gray (not sure this is correct name) Some old Overstreet families as early as in VA. Thomas Overstreet (ca ) and some of his descendents from Bedford Co Va to the South-TN.
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Elizabeth Overstreet died at Body Camp entitled to an accrued pension, and that her last expenses were born by Granville Overstreet (husband of her daughter Mary). died 24 Jun in Overton Co., TN (Source: Jourdan George Myers of Deer Park, CA, A History of Memorial ID: View Source.
Elizabeth (Overstreet) Gray abt Kentucky, United States - abt managed by David Hughey last edited 18 Jun Susan Clayton (Overstreet) Parker 19 Feb Coffee, Georgia, USA - 03 Dec managed by Linda Parker.
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Jo White Linn's book on the Gray family names the immigrant ancestor as John Gray, probably born in Ireland. He came to Virginia inbuying land in Benjamin Borden's tract in Orange Co.
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