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The descendants of the first Nathaniel Pruden of Nansemond County Virginia : and other Prudens of Virginia and North Carolina, genealogical glimpses

compiled by Peter DeWitt Pruden, III
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English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c2006
xvii, 249 p. : ill., geneal. tables, map, ports.

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Nathaniel Pruden was born in 1763. His father was Nathaniel Pruden (d. 1779). He married Rhoda Bradley, daughter of James Bradley and Caroline Everett, in 1786 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. They had five children. He died in 1836. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia and North Carolina.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes Prudhomme, Prudden, Archer, Bartlett, Botts, Butler, Byrum, Fleetwood, Godwin, Johnson, Lawrence, Luke, Meade, Nelms, Newsome, Phillips, Porter, Powell, Redd, Riddick and related families.

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