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The House of the Burgesses : being a genealogical history of Edward Burgess of King George and Stafford counties, Virginia, with his sons - Garner Burgess of Fauquier Co., Virginia; William Burgess of Stafford Co., Virginia; Moses Burgess of Orange County, Virginia; Reuben Burgess of Rowan Co., North Carolina - and his grandsons - Edward Burgess of Culpeper Co., Virginia; John Burgess of Harrison Co., Kentucky; Henry Burgess of Fleming Co., Kentucky; Edward Burgess of Scott Co., Kentucky; John P.B. Burgess of Halifax Co., Virginia; Edward Burgess of Kanawha Co., West Virginia; William Burgess of Davie Co., North Carolina; Reuben Burgess of Davie Co., North Carolina; and Thomas Burgess of White Co., Tennessee - together with their known descendants named Burgess

R. Reginald
Reginald, R., 1948- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
San Bernardino, California : Borgo Press, 1983
0893708011 cloth
Borgo family histories; no. 1

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Includes indexes.

Includes Brewer, Hale, Rogers, Scott, VanWinkle, Wyatt and related families.

Edward Burges (1700?-1759) lived in King George and Stafford counties, Virginia. Descendants lived throughout the United States. Includes his possible ancestry to the immigrant ancestor to Virginia in 1650.

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