Sills, Cliburn and Pitman


By Isom L. Stephens. (Isom Lafayette) This history covers the descendants of James Monroe Sills from eastern colonies such as Mississippi, Virginia, and North Carolina, as well as descendants of James Cliburn from eastern colonies such as Virginia. It also includes information on the Pitman’s of Roberson County, N.C., the earliest Pitman’s to enter colonial North Carolina. Stephens estimates that John of Dale Parish has over a million descendants living in the USA in early 1970’s.  Original is 6″ x 9″.  Soft bound copy is two pages up on 8.5″ x 11″, double sided. 1972, 429 pp

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