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Freeman forbears : being the history, genealogy, heraldy [sic], homes and traditions of the family of Freeman and related families originating in the original shires of James City and Charles River in Virginia

by Garland Evans Hopkins
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [Virginia : G.E. Hopkins], 1942. 82 p.

Contents: Armorial bearings -- Royal descent of the Freeman-Calthorpe families of Poquoson -- Biographical sketch of Lt.-Col. Bridges Freeman -- Freeman forbears -- Descendants of Bridges Freeman, Jr. -- The Freeman family of Poquoson -- Descendants of Sarah Freeman Watkins -- The Freeman family of Surry and Sussex Counties -- The Freeman family of Spottsylvania and Culpepper Counties -- The Freeman family of Faquier County -- The Freeman family of Caroline County -- The Freeman family of Bedford County -- Miscellanous Freeman records.

A history of the various Freeman lines in Virginia, including the family of Lieutenant-Colonel Bridges Freeman who was born in England ca. 1603. He emigrated to America in 1622. In 1635, he married Bridget, the daughter of Francis Fowler. They had three children. He was named to the Virginia Council of State in 1652.

Includes the Walker, Hopkins, Watkins and other allied families.

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