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Sheppard--Marshall and allied families : Burrows, Clark, Deakins/Dickens, Gatchell, Graves, Green, Hibbs, Hudson and many others

by Lillan A. Sheppard
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
San Jose, California : L.A. Sheppard, 1974
853 p. : ill., coat of arms, map, ports.

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John Sheppard lived in Maryland probably by the late 1600s. He may have been the son of John Sheppard and grandson of Robert Sheapheard (ca. 1645-1686) of the Barbados. His grandson, John Sheppard (1737-1827), son of John Sheppard (b. ca. 1700) was probably born at Fredericktown, Cecil County, Maryland. He married Mary Ann Hudson, ca. 1773. They had twelve children, 1775-1804, all born in Fredericktown. The family migrated to Belmont County, Ohio, in 1812. Descendants lived in Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Missosuri, Nebraska, Colorado, California and elsewhere.

Includes the Armstrong, Brown, Cain, Frizzell, Hawk, Johnson, Ravenscraft, Reynolds, Smith, Taylor, Winder and other related families.

Also includes other ancestors of the author and some of their descendants. Ancestors include: William Hudson (1639-1713), a Quaker, of York City, England -- Elisha Gatchell (1684/5-1753/4) a Quaker, of England and Chester County, Pennsylvania -- John Green (ca. 1726-ca. 1793) of Montgomery County, Maryland and Iredell County, North Carolina -- John Clark (ca. 1776-1821) of Baltimore County, Maryland and Belmont County, Ohio -- William Hibbs (1630-1686), a Quaker of England; and his son, William Hibbs (1665-ca. 1710), a Quarker, of England, New Jersey, and Bucks County, Pennsylvania -- Samuel Burrows (ca. 1780-ca. 1854) of Virginia and Ohio -- John Marshall (fl. 1750) of Charles City County and Isle of Wight County, Virginia -- John Graves (d. 1811) of Randolph County, North Carolina -- John Deakins/Dickens (ca. 1767-after 1860) of Kentucky, Indiana and Missouri.

Contents: pt. 1. Sheppard family -- pt. 2. Hudson family -- pt. 3. Gatchell family -- pt. 4. Green family -- pt. 5. Clark family -- pt. 6. Hibbs family -- pt. 7. Burrows family -- pt. 8. Marshall family -- pt. 9. Graves family -- pt. 10. The Deakins (or Dickens) family -- Appendix A: The first four generations of the Willitts family -- Appendix B: Lewis S. Hawk's Bible -- Index.

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