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Progenitors of John and Nathan Kellam : early settlers of Hamilton County, Indiana, descendants of John Kellam, who immigrated from England to Maryland, 1664

compiled by Constance E. Kellam
Kellam, Constance E. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Chicago, Illinois : C.E. Kellam, c1983
78 leaves : chart, maps.

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Richard Kellam (d.1703) emigrated from England to Northampton County, Virginia in 1635, and married Sarah Aisnley. He was probably related to John Kellam, who emigrated to join him in 1664. John soon moved to Somerset County, Maryland, and was the ancestor of John and Nathan Kellam of North Carolina and Hamilton County, Indiana. Descendants and relatives, chiefly Quakers, lived in Maryland, North Carolina, Indiana and elsewhere.

Bibliography: leaves 36-58, 77-78.

Includes Harris, Kirk, Lane, Outten, Purnell, Stephenson and related families.

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