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The family of New : genealogy of descendants of Richard New, immigrant to Virginia in 1637, with specific emphasis on Council Bryant New, Jr., of Union Co., Arkansas, and his descendants through 1981. Various lines of other New families are also included.

Ann Wall Allgood, Janet New Huff
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Natchez, Mississippi : Allgood and Huff, 1981
ix, 212 p. : ill., facsims, geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes Johnson, Mason, Miller, Rackley, Word and related families.

Richard New (ca. 1620-1681) emigrated from England to Virginia in 1637 and removed to James City County in 1655. One descendant, Council Bryant New, Sr. (ca. 1805-ca. 1866) moved with his parents from North Carolina to Tennessee, where he married Eliza Piercie Sammons in 1830. Descendants lived chiefly in the South.

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