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Mountjoy omnibus : every Mountjoy/Montjoy/Munjoy (or whose mother or grandmother had the name) born before 1900 and who resided in the area now in the United States

Margaret B. Kinsey
Kinsey, Margaret Biser (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c2001
xiii, 874 p., [4] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), coats of arms, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes descendants of George Munjoy who was born in about 1627 in Devon, England and was living in Boston by 1647. Also includes the descendants of Edward Mountjoy who was born in about 1660 in Bidestone, Wiltshire, England, emigrated in about 1684, married Elizabeth Monroe Horner and settled in Westmoreland, Virginia. Additional sections include Mountjoys with African ancestry, Mountjoys immigrating after the American Revolution, source materials and census records.

Includes Edwards, Garrard, Graham, Gudgel, Hankins, Herndon, Hieronymus, Hughes, Lashbrooke, Lawson, Lillard, Martin, McCall, Meriwether, Michael, Morton, Payne, Pergrem, Quisenberry, Searcy, Smythe, Stroud, Waters, Watt and related families.

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