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flag   Nathaniel Wythe  BOOTH

  (b. abt. 1750, Crown Colony of Virginia   d. 9 January 1812Elbert County, Georgia, USA )  
Summary: Nathaniel Wythe BOOTH was born abt. 1750 in , Crown Colony of Virginia. Nathaniel Wythe BOOTH was the child of George V BOOTH and Judith V MCEWEN

He married  Elizabeth Judith JOHNS .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Elizabeth Judith JOHNS  was born abt. 1756 in , Virginia, USA .  She died 2 July 1823 in Elbert County, Georgia, USA . 

Nathaniel Wythe BOOTH died 9 January 1812 in Elbert County, Georgia, USA.
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December 2, 1899 - U.S. acquires American Samoa by treaty with Great Britain and Germany.
Did You Know?The state of Virginia was named after England's Queen Elizabeth I. In the early 1600's, all of North America that was not Spanish or French was then called 'Virginia' in honor of 'The Virgin Queen,' and the earliest English colonial expeditions were sent by the Virginia Company of London. (

Prior to 1788 - Crown Colony of Virginia
June 25, 1788 - Virginia becomes 10th U.S. state

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Nathaniel Wythe BOOTH married flag  Elizabeth Judith JOHNS-- Place: 


flag  Charles Thomas BOOTH (b.1786, Brunswick County, Crown Colony of Virginia  d. 24 June 1845, Limestone County, Alabama, USA)
m. Lucy Ann ABERNATHY 24 June 1811

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9 January 1812
Elbert County, Georgia, USA

Nathaniel is buried at: Moore-Booth Family Cemetery Nickville Elbert County Georgia, USA

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