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Sumner family history & genealogy, ca.1554-1983

compiled by George W. Moore
Moore, George W., 1909- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche
English
Seattle, Washington : Microfiched for George W. Moore, 1983
20 microfiche : geneal. tables. ; 11 x 15 cm.

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Microfiches made of typescript collection (1468 leaves in 3 v.) prepared between 1959 and 1983 by George W. Moore, Seattle, Washington.

"Reference sources & acknowledgements:" p. 1272-1317.

Contents: v. 1. 1st-5th generations (leaves 1-418) -- v. 2. 6th-7th generations (leaves 419-874) -- v. 3. 8th-10th generations (leaves 875-1232) : early Sumner settlers (leaves 1233-1271) : reference sources & acknowledgements (leaves 1272-1317) : index (leaves 1318- 1468).

Vol. 3 includes index.

Includes Ankenman, Bryant, Carson, Cook (Cooke), George, Macy, Moore, Porter, Starbuck and related families.

Robert Sumner (ca.1716-1777), a Quaker, married Phebe (Beals) Canaday, widow of Charles Canaday (Canada, Kennedy, Kanaday), in Waterford, Waterford, Fairfax County, Virginia, and moved to Stokes County, North Carolina. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon, California, Arizona and elsewhere. Includes ancestors in England, France and elsewhere to about 1554.

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