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Early American history : Hume and allied families

William Everett Brockman, compiler and publisher
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Minneapolis, Minnesota : W.E. Brockman, c1926
3 v. in 2 (217, 72, 200 p.) : ill., coats of arms, facsim., ports.

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Revised edition of: History of the Hume, Kennedy, Brockman and allied families : in three parts / by William Everett Brockman. Washington, D.C. : C.H. Potter, c1916. 272 p., [36] leaves of plates.

This revision published as 3 v. in 2.

George Hume (1698-1760), second son of Sir George Hume, immigrated in 1721 from Scotland to Spotsylvania County, Virginia, and married Elizabeth Proctor. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere. Includes some ancestry and genealogical data in Scotland, England and elsewhere.

Includes Bassett and related families.

Contents: v. 1 (actually 2 v. in 1). Hume and allied families. Kennedy and allied families -- v. 2. Brockman, Anderson, Bennett, Dean, Clark, Parks, Burt and allied families.

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