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Montfort - Munford family of Virginia and Georgia and allied families

researched and written by Helen Kilpatrick Lyon, Mary Harding Vesely
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English
Atlanta, Georgia : H.P. Lyon and M.H. Vesely, 1978
136 p. : ill, coats of arms, facsims, maps, ports.

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Two maps (one folded) in pocket.

Includes Montford/Munford, Banister, Bland, Bolling, Brodnax, Kennan, Wingfield and related families.

Robert Munford (d. ca 1735) and Martha Kennon, his wife, lived in Prince George County, Virginia in 1715. One British ancestor, Thomas Munford came with Captain John Smith in 1607 to help explore and map the Chesapeake Bay. Includes French ancestry. Descendants lived in Virginia, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, Texas and elsewhere.

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