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The Blackwells of Blackwell's Neck : an inferential genealogy based on material available

compiled by June Banks Evans
Evans, June Banks, 1930- (Main Author)
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English
New Orleans, Louisiana : Bryn Ffyliaid Publications, c2004
134 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps.
Rev. ed.

Notes

Robert Blackwell (1620-1664) was born in England and immigrated to Virginia. He was the father of two sons, one of whom was James Blackwell (1647-1717). He settled in Blackwell's Neck, Hanover County, Virginia and was the father of seven children. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Illinois and other parts of the United States.

Bibliography: p. 122-124

Includes index.

Includes Calloway, Clopton, Cook, Hanes, Haskins, Hawthorne, Hite, Jeffress, Jones, Maddux, Malone, Scoggin, Smith, Tharrington, Williams and related families.

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