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The Champion trails in America, 1607-1976

Smith, Bonnie Neal (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1980
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., map. ; 35 mm.

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Cover title: The Champion trails in America, 1607-1976; Title page: Champion families, The Champion trails in America

Microreproduction of original published: New Coney, Tex. : B.N. Smith, c1976 (1978 printing). p. aa-33, 74 p.

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Also includes Binns, Bishop, Fleming, Scott, Travis, Williams and other related families.

Edward Chamnpion was born in England, possibly in Bristol. His family came to America ca. 1607-1643, and settled mainly in James County (now Surry), in Virginia. He was probably related to Richard Champion, who was listed in the original company of settlers to James Town in 1607. Edward married Elizabeth, and they had five children: Edward II, Phillis, Elizabeth, Sarah, and Pricilla. The elder Edward died before 1668 in Isle of Wight, Virginia, and it was there his widow married (2) Joseph Poole. Descendants of Edward and Elizabeth lived in Virginia, then migrated to North Carolina and southwestern Kentucky. Some later descendants and allied families live(d) in California, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, North Carolina, Michigan, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and elswhere in the United States.

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