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The children of Thomas Alligood : a genealogy

by Bardon F. Alligood
Books/Monographs
English
Washington, North Carolina : B.F. Alligood, c1980
x, 801 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps.

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Bibliography: p. 743-744.

Includes indexes (listing Allegood, Allagood, Ellegood and other variant spellings).

Includes Boyd, Congleton, Pinkham, Roberson, Sheppard, Waters, Woolard and related families.

Elias LeGard (b.1586), a French Huguenot, immigrated in 1621 to Eliza- beth County, Virginia (listed as LeGardo in some records). His son, Thomas Alligood Sr. (ca.1627/1629-1689), married Mary Field about 1647, and lived in Northampton County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to New Brunswick and elsewhere in Canada.

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