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The Stewarts and Allied Families - Accession 715 no. 33

The Stewarts and Allied Families - Accession 715 no. 33


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Accession 715 no. 33

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Collection Size

1 bound volume; 189 pages



Historical Note

Matthew Stewart came to Kentucky from Virginia in the early 1790s with his brothers Henry and John and settled in Greenup County.

Scope and Content Note

The Stewarts and Allied Families by James Douglas Stewart, Jr. chronicles the Stewart family from the 1790s through the 1980s. Other family surnames covered in the book include Aston, Culpepper, Douglas, Fuqua, Geiger, Harkins, Jones, Littleton, Massey, McClellan, Rucker, Sperry, and Woodson. In addition to genealogical information, the book includes photographs, news articles, drawings, coats of arms, transcriptions of family documents, family stories and an index. Please see the attached Table of Contents and Index .

Additional Notes

From the preface: "My motive in researching and compiling this history of the Stewart Family is my devotion to my mother and father, James Douglas Stewart and Mamie McClellan Stewart of Anniston, Alabama. This genealogy and data also is for our children and grandchildren, hoping to foster deep respect for their heritage. It gives me pleasure to believe that the long-continued labor and care necessary to complete this work will be appreciated by the descendants of our family."


Gift of the author on June 20, 1988.


Genealogy, Stewart Family, Kentucky, Alabama


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The Stewarts and Allied Families - Accession 715 no. 33

LC Subject Headings

Stuart family; Woodson family; Douglas family; Fouquet family; Virginia--Genealogy