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The Vaulx road for 900 Years

James G. Horsfall
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Hamden, Connecticut : J.G. Horsfall, 1979
xiii, 177 p. : coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Cover title.

Includes index.

Includes Exum, Fenner, Geddy, Horsfall, McCain, McKinnie (Mackquinney) and related families.

"This book is not for sale; it has been prepared for the family; a few copies have been donated to selected libraries."

Map on front lining paper.

Includes occasional manuscript additions and corrections.

Thomas Vaulx, Sr. (ca.1590-ca.1654) immigrated from London to York County, Virginia about 1647/1648. Descendants lived in Virginia, Maryland, New England, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, California and elsewhere.

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