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Pucketts and their kin of Virginia, Kentucky and other southern states, including notes on the following : Garrett, Weldon, Mayes, Gentry, Allen, Vance, Horning, Fleming, Shelton, Wyatt, Sparrow, Womeck, Campbell, Milby and other southern families

Some Puckets and their kin
compiled by Hester E. Garrett
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lansing, Michigan : Hartley Printing, c1960
285 p. : ports.

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Supplement: Some Puckets and their kin : a supplement.

John Puckett (d. ca. 1677) immigrated to Elizabeth City Co., Virginia in 1637. He acquired land in Henrico County in 1665 and probably married widow Anne Jefferys. Descendants often moved westward.

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