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A partial genealogical history of the Huguenot branch of the Rivers-Jenkins family, 1697-1937

by W. W. Rivers
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Tupelo, Mississippi : E.J. Simpson, 1937
39, [2] leaves : coat of arms, ports.

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Pierre Rivers was born ca. 1678 in Niort, France. He sought refuge in England about 1685. In 1700 he and his wife Jeanne sailed from Southampton, England with other Huguenot emigrants bound for Virginia. They first lived in Manakin, Virginia. Later they located permanently in Brunswick County, Virginia. All their children were born in America. They had at least, Claud, Robert (b. 1703), and Thomas. Thomas Jenkins (1642-1727), a son of William Jason Jenkins, who was originally from Wales, migrated to Charles County, Maryland, prior to 1670. He was married to Ann Spaulding of Jamestown, Virginia. When North Carolina was opened up for settlement about 1745, the Rivers and Jenkins families settled in North Carolina. Descendants live in Virginia, North and South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama and elsewhere.

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