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Ancestors and kin : Coggeshall (Throckmorton, Billings, Collin, Cahoone), Pawley (Shorey, Alston, Temple, Neville), Wilds (Lide, Kolb, Terrel, Pledger), Walden (Caldwell), Hanson (Hage, Lupient, Crely, Benter), Thomas (Wailes, Howard, Fullwood, Gray), Pennington (McDade), Chaplin (Ladson, Stanyarne, Fripp, Toomer), Palmer (Bellinger, Sams, Brewton, Barnwell), Ebbett (Barnes, Frye, Putnam, Rogers)

by Robert Walden Coggeshall
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Spartanburg, South Carolina : R.W. Coggeshall, c1988
xiv, 588 p. (1 folded) : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, maps.
0871524279

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John Coggeshall (1601-1647) was a son of John Coggeshall the younger and Anne Butter. John and his family emigrated from Halstead, England to Boston, Massachusetts in 1632. They settled at Roxbury, Massachusetts, moved to Boston by 1634, and later helped establish Newport, Rhode Island. Peter Collin Coggeshall (1797-1840), a direct descendant, moved to Georgetown, South Carolina and married twice. Includes other immigrant ancestors (Pawley, Wilds, etc.) to New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and elsewhere. Descendants and relatives chiefly lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan and Illinois. Includes ancestry of many lines in England.

Bibliography and notes: p. 445-523.

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Includes Allston, Alston, Barnes, Benter, Berg, Cahoone, Caldwell, Chaplin, Coggins, Crely, Dargan, Dobson, Ehney, Gray, Hanson, Howard, Lepke, Lide, Lupient, Odam, Palmer, Porter, Putnam, Pawley, Pennington, Simmons, Skaalbones, Thomas, Walden, Wilds and related families.

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