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Descendants of Samuel Davis, I (c. 1610-c. 1667) of Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Descendants of Samuel Davis, I of Isle of Wight County, Virginia (c. 1610-c. 1667)
compiled by Richard R. Dietz
Electronic Resource/Compact Disc
Temple City, California : GoldenWest Marketing, c2002
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.
4th ed.


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Former title: Descendants of Samuel Davis, I of Isle of Wight County, Virginia (c. 1610-c. 1667).

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Samuel Davis I was born in 1610 in Gravesend, Kent, England and died in 1667 in Upper Parish, Isle of Wight County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Benton about 1631 in England. Elizabeth, daughter of John and Joane Benton, was born about 1612 in England and died about 1675 probably in Lawnes Creek Parish, Surry County, Virginia. Samuel and Elizabeth immigrated to Virginia from England in 1635. Descendants have resided primarily in Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana and Texas.

Includes the 3rd ed. (1994).

Includes Davis and related families.


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