A Brief History of the Huguenots and Three Family Trees: Chastain-Lochridge-Stockton
Prifnt. by Baptist publishing house, 1933 - 362 páginas
Chastain genealogy is traced back to Chateigner, Seigneur de la Chateignier of France (fl. 1084). His descendant Peter Chastain (1660-1729) and Marie Madaline de la Rochefaucauld (1666-1726) emigrated to Powhatan Co., Virginia in 1699 with their six children. The Lochridges or Loughridges descend from James Lochridge and Susan Goodwin of Carnesville, Franklin Co., Georgia, who had eight children born to them in the early 1800s. The Stocktons descend from William Stockton, who came with his family from Ireland to the Sugar Loaf Valley, near Russellville, Kentucky about 1780; and Mary Morrow, who bore him sixteen children. They later settled in Madison and Walker Co., Alabama and Monroe Co., Mississippi.
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