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The Humston family : a genealogy of the descendants of Edward Humston of Stafford County, Virginia, 1667, together with accounts of the allied families of Humstone, Humpstone and Humpston in the United States

by Ezra Sams Humston and Edward Albert Humston
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Manhattan, Kansas : E.S. Humston], 1943
iii, 364 p. : coat of arms, map.

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Includes index.

Of Edward Humston the authors write "Unknown is his origin, his parentage, his home, his birth or the port of his embarkation for the new world."--P. 24. It is known that he arrived in Virginia sometime before or during 1667. "Whom Edward married and the date and place of the ceremony are unknown, as is also the date of his wife's death."--P. 30. Records indicate their first son, Edward, was born about 1670 in Stafford County, Virginia. "It is probable that he died about 1700. ... Edward and his wife presumably were buried on their home plantation, that being the general custom of the time."--P.--31. Descendants lived in Virginia, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Illinois, Nebraska, Utah, Kentucky, California, Iowa, Ohio, Indiana, Arizona, New Jersey, New York and elsewhere.

Includes Humston, Adams, Allgood, Anderson, Baker, Bales, Ball, Banta, Barnes, Barto, Batts, Berry, Bishop, Biven, Boggess, Bower, Boyer, Brewer, Brown, Bush, Carl, Clark, Cooper, Cox, Coyle, Creamer, Cummings, Davis, Dawkins, Day, Dillman, Dorscher, Dowden, Dundy, Fawcett, Fisher, Fee, Forester, Free, Garrett, Garvin, Gaunt, Gorman, Goshow, Graham, Harness, Harrison, Hartman, Heaberd, Hite, Hoff, Humiston, Humpston, Humpstone, Humstone, Jackson, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Jordan, Kelley, Kendall, Knox, Lasley, Lindley, Lloyd, Macdonald, Maddox, Massie, Miller, Moore, Morehead, Owen, Owens, Palmer, Phillips, Pickens, Poore, Quarles, Ray, Rector, Robards, Russell, Sams, Shaw, Sheffer, Sibert, Simpson, Smallwood, Sprint, Smith, Stevens, Taft, Taylor, Titus, Triplett, Waidley, Weakley, Weaver, Weed, Weller, Wever, Whisson, Wilson, Woffendall, Wright and related families.

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