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Cornelius Comegys of Kent County, Maryland

by Ernestine Parke Moss
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Memphis, Tennessee : E.P. Moss, 1982
186 p., [3] leaves of plates : ill., facsims., geneal. table, ports.

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Cover title: Cornelius Comegys of Kent County, Maryland - descendants and allied families : Robert Tyler, David Falconar, Gilbert Molleson, Abraham Hardiman, William Barnes.

Includes index.

Includes Cumminger, MacQuarrie, Morgan, Rose and related families.

Includes scattered manuscript and typescript additions and corrections.

Cornelius Comegys immigrated from Lexmont, Holland to New York about 1654, and married Willimentje Gysbert in 1658 at New Amsterdam, moving to land near Jamestown, Virginia and after 1659 moving to Kent County, Maryland. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Mary- land, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and elsewhere. Some des- cendants immigrated to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and elsewhere in Canada.

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