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The Raglands : the history of a British-American family

History of a British-American family
by Charles J. Ragland, Jr
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Winston-Salem, North Carolina : C.J. Ragland Jr., 1978-1987
2 v. (278, 405 p.) : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports.

Notes

Cover title of v. 1: History of a British-American family.

Vol. 1 includes interspersed bibliography; bibliography for v. 2: p. 355-360.

Includes indexes (listing Raglan, Raglin and other variations).

Evan Ragland (1656-1717) immigrated about 1670 from England to New Kent County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Illinois, Nebraska, Missouri and elsewhere. Volume 2 has two major goals: (1) to furnish much additional data about the British origins of the Ragland family; and (2) to provide an outlined resconstruction of the entire American family for eight generations.

Includes Branch, Coonce, Godsey, Mathews (Mathew), Maxwell, Terry, Turner, Williams, Wooten and related families.

Contents: v. 1. The Ragland family of Granville County, North Carolina, including its origin and relationship to the other Ragland families of North Carolina and the United States -- v. 2. The Raglands : the history of a British-American family.

Vol. 1: "Limited edition; copy no. 220 of 300 copies"--(T.p.).

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