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The Mathews family : ancestors and descendants of John Mathews of Augusta County, Virginia

compiled by John R. Boots, Jr.
Boots, John R., Jr. (Main Author)
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English
Candler, Florida : J.R. Boots, c2002
vii, 704 p. : ill. (some col.), coat of arms
2nd ed.

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John Mathews was probably born in Ireland. He emigrated and settled in Augusta County, Virginia in about 1737. He married Ann Archer, daughter of Sampson Archer. They had eleven children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri. Includes fourteen generations of an ancient Mathews line in the British Isles.

Includes index.

Includes Bell, Boots, Bowen, Butler, Cabell, Clarke, Coon, Crawford, Duckworth, Fincher, George, Green, Greene, Jordan, King, Lawrason, Lewis, Marks, Maxwell, Meriwether, Montgomery, Morgan, Nelson, Otey, Paul, Potts, Summers, Titus, Tudor and related families.

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