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Tydings family history

William Harold Tydings
Tydings, W. Harold (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma : W.H. Tydings, 2003
5 v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Richard Tydings was born in 1625 in England. His parents were John Tydings (b. 1582) and Margaret. He married Charity in about 1670 in Anne Arundel, Maryland. They had five children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Illinois and Oklahoma.

Includes indexes in v. 1 and v. 3.

Contents: v. 1. Descendancy charts -- v. 2. Edward E. (Neddie) Tydings (1791-1873) family -- v. 3. Tydings families not connected to the immigrant Richard Tydings; Tydings who immigrated through Ellis Island -- v. 4. Tydings who served in the military from the Revolutionary War to 2001 -- v. 5. Biographical summaries, Tydings marriages, research data, Tydings researchers, fiction and fact from the Tydings Almanac.

Includes Tidings, Cate, Chambers, Clark, Davis, Dowell, Lane, Purdy, Sheckells, Stallings, Stinchcomb, Ward, White and related families.

Library has bound v. 1-5 together.

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