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Related families of Chinn -- Rigg(s) -- Wurts -- Nichol(l)s -- Mead : of early Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, Missouri and other states

compiled by Robert Michael Murray
Murray, Robert Michael (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Manlius, New York : R.M. Murray, c2003
879 p. : geneal. tables
4th ed.

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John Chynne, son of Thomas Chynne, was born in about 1640 in London. He married Elizabeth Travers, daughter of Raleigh Travers and Elizabeth. They had three children. He married Alice Smoot, daughter of William Smoot and Grace Wood, in about 1682 in Lancaster County, Virginia. They also had three children. He died 21 May 1692 in Morattico Creek, Lancaster, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio and Missouri.

Includes index.

Includes Akers, Biggs, Bowman, Brown, Bruce, Dixon, Downman, DuBois, Elam, Foster, Johnson, Prichard, Russell, Smith, Williams, Wilson, Wirz and related families.

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