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The Gentry family in America, 1676 to 1909 : including notes on the following families related to the Gentrys: Claiborne, Harris, Hawkins, Robinson, Smith, Wyatt, Sharp, Fulkerson, Butler, Bush, Blythe, Pabody, Noble, Haggard and Tindall

by Richard Gentry
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
New York, New York : Grafton Press, c1909
406 p., [42] leaves of plates : ill., ports.

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Includes Bibliographical references and index.

Includes 15 p. addenda / by William Richard Gentry -- St. Louis, Mo. : [s.n.], 1937.

"It is a tradition in the family that Nicholas Gentry and his brother Samuel Gentry were British soldiers, who came to America at the time of the Bacon Rebellion." Such soldiers were discharged in 1683, and Nicholas and Samuel Gentry became land-owners in New Kent (later Hanover) Co., Virginia in 1684.

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