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A history of two Virginia families transplanted from Kent, England : Thomas Baytop, Tenterden 1638 and John Catlett, Sittingbourne 1622

by Dr. and Mrs. William Carter Stubbs
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
New Orleans, Louisiana : [s.n., 1918?]
ii, 164, xx p.

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Includes The Baytop family published in serial form in the Times-Dispatch (Richmond, Va.) genealogical column beginning Sunday, May 10, 1910, and now republished, with additions, 1918.

Includes indexes.

Col. John Catlett immigrated in 1650 to Rappahannock County, Virginia (now Essex County) from Sittingbourne, Kent, England. With him was his son, Nicholas Catlett and half-brothers Ralph and Edward Rowzie. He was followed later by his son, Thomas Catlett. He married (2) Elizabeth Underwood, widow of Col. Francis Slaughter. They had four children. He was killed by Indians while defending the fort at Port Royal in 1670. Descendants lived in Virginia, Illinois, Louisiana, Kentucky and elsewhere.

Thomas Baytop, son of Thomas Baytop and his wife, ______ Pell, of Kent County, England, married Hannah _______ and moved to Staplehurst, Kent, England, where his son Thomas was born in 1676. He immigrated to Virginia in 1679 and invested in plantations, merchandise, stock, etc. He died in 1691. Descendants lived in Virginia, Louisiana, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes Buckner, Cary, Cooke, McGehee, Scott, Sinclair, Taliaferro and other related families.

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