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Genealogical records of some members of the Meador family : who are descendants of Thomas Meador of Virginia

Meador family
compiled by Daniel Burton Meador
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Fairhope, Alabama : D.B. Meador, c1968
248 p. : coat of arms.

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Spine title: The Meador family.

Includes index (listing Meader as a variant spelling).

Includes Burbank, Cearnal, Guyer, Henbest, Ray, Stubblefield and related families.

Thomas Meader Sr. (d.1664) immigrated from England to Rappahannock County, Virginia, and was the father of Thomas Meader Jr. and the grandfather of John Meader. Subsequent descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Meador) and relatives lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Oregon, California and elsewhere.

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