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The Knox Family,
The Descendants of John Knox of Rowan County, North Carolina
By: Hattie S. Goodman, (Richmond, Va., 1905).
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FORMAT: ELECTRONIC (CD-ROM) ONLY
The book is 291 pages. The full text has been converted to PDF format which is searchable using the Reader's "FIND" function, and it is fully indexed.
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The surname Knox is Scottish Gaelic, and identifies a small, rounded hill. There are a variety of forms or spellings of the name to be found: Knoc, Knock, Knok, Knokis, Knokkis, Knokks, Knox, Knoxe, Knoxis.
This book contains a detailed and extensive account of John Knox, "The Reformer", of Edinburgh.
JOHN KNOX, emigrant progenitor, represented by the trunk of our Knox Family Tree, was a native of Scotland, born about the year 1708. The exact locality of his birthplace is not certainly known.
We know very little of the life and character of this ancestor, John Knox. We conclude, almost beyond a doubt, that he was a Presbyterian, from the name he bore, and having married a Presbyterian wife, and also that he was laid to rest in a Presbyterian burial ground.
John Knox, the emigrant, and wife, Jean Gracy Knox, had seven sons and one daughter, viz., William, Samuel, James, Absalom, John, Joseph, Benjamin and Mary.
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