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Snipes family of South Carolina and connections with the early Virginia colony, Barbados and England

by James W. Fisher
Books/Monographs
English
Columbus, Georgia : Snipes Family of America, 2004
iv, 611 p. : ill., col. coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps.
2nd ed.

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The surname Snipes was derived from Snape, and dates back to 1500-1600. Snipes ancestors came to South Carolina from the Island of Barbados, from Virginia Colony, and from North Carolina. William Snipes was born in about 1615 in England and was one of the early English settlers in Charleston, South Carolina.

Includes index.

Includes Snype, Snypes, Andrews, Barker, Bennett, Birdsong, Busby, Drake, Fisher, Foster, Gray, Hill, Knipe, Lawson, McGukin and related families.

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