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Book of remembrance, the Futrell family ancestors and descendants, with allied families, 1584-1984

compiled by Mary Futrelle Bintliff
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Sandy, Utah : M.F. Bintliff, 1985
xix, 1039 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Includes bibliographic references throughout.

Thomas Fewterell Sr. (ca.1640-1693) and his wife Gilian were probably the parents of Thomas Futerell (ca.1670-1739), who moved from Surry County, Virginia to Bertie County, North Carolina. It is also possible that Thomas Fewterell Sr. immigrated to Virginia from England. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Caro- lina, Georgia, Louisiana, Kentucky, Illinois, California and else- where. Some descendants became Mormons, and lived in California, Utah and elsewhere. Includes ancestry along several lines in England, Germany and elsewhere.

Includes index (listing Fewterell, Futeral, Futerell, Futral, Futril, Fytrell and many other variant spellings).

Includes Ahart, Berkley, Bintliff, Bridges, Cohoon (Calhoun), Collins, Colson, Ford (Fords), Garland, Green, Hendon, Jones, Joyce, Joyce, Lancaster, Oakley, Outland, Ross, Scott, Thomas, Underhill, Vinson and related families.

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