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Genealogy of the American family of Neall : it being a branch of the Bedfordshire, England family of Neale, from whose members, circa 1630, came the emigrants who founded the early American family of Neale who settled at Accomack, Virginia, and Salem, Massachusetts, some of the succeeding generations finding their permanent location of the Eastern shore of Maryland : this family history has its more intimate relationship in the descendants of Francis Neale, a Quaker, whose children changed the spelling of their surname to Neall

Harry L. Neall ... 1924 ; [updating and publishing 1969 by Rosalie Neall Cunningham ...]
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Haywood, California : R.N. Cunningham, 1969]
2 v. (173 leaves). : ill., coat of arms, facsims., ports.

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John Neale (ca. 1580-ca. 1645), son of Raphael Neale of Bedfordshire, England, was a trader and a mariner in America at and early date. He migrated from Virginia in 1634 to found a trading station at Salem, Massachusetts. His grandson, Francis Neale (1649-1716), son of Jeremiah Neale (ca. 1608-1661) lived in the Barbadoes Islands and in Ann Arundel and Talbot Counties, Maryland. He married Ann Wolcott, daughter of John Wolcott. Descendants listed lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, California, and elsewhere. Most descendants spelled their Neall.

Contents: v. 1. Neall. Circa 1000. Neale. Norman and English ancestry. Lineage - Judith Throgmorton. The coat of arms. Neall: John Neale. Jermiah Neale -- v. 2. Neall: Francis Neale. Francis Neall. Solomon Neal. James Neall. Issac Cox Neall. James Francis Neall. Harry Levy Neall. Newitt Jackson Neall. Jonathan Neall. James Neall. Elijah Henry Neall. Samuel Neall. Daniel Neall. Daniel Neall. Frank Lesley Neall.

Library has bound vols. 1 and 2 together.

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