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Genealogy, Terrell, Willis, Kistner, Meier, Harris

compiled by Helen Meier Smith
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Amarillo, Texas : H.M. Smith, 1975
[9], 225, xxv p. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

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Richmond Terrell (b.1624) was a son of Robert Terrell and Jane Baldwin of Reading, England. Richmond immigrated in 1656 to New Kent County, Virginia. Richmond's brother, William Terrell (b.1629), also immi- grated to Virginia between 1658 and 1665, but it is not known if William remained or returned to England. Descendants and relatives of Richmond lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Utah, Washington, Oregon and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Alberta and elsewhere in Canada. Includes some family history and genealogical data in Germany to about 1620 A.D.

Includes index (c1987 by Daniel F. Brinson), listing Tyrrell as a variant spelling.

Includes Albrecht, Bohmont, Cunningham, Guier and related families.

Related works: Terrell trails

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