Mary Holloway Carrington as her husband knew her four pioneer families, Carrington and Fishers, Holloways and Battertons by William Thomas Carrington

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  • Carrington, Mrs. Mary (Holloway), 1856-1930.,
  • Carrington family.,
  • Fisher family.,
  • Holloway family.,
  • Batterton family.

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Statementby William Thomas Carrington.
LC ClassificationsCT275.C315 C3
The Physical Object
Pagination125 p.
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6333484M
LC Control Number36003772

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