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The Van Amburgh family from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and southwestern Illinois and related families : Allen, Arnold, Blake, Cannon, Clodfelter, Coleman, Cummins, Dillon, Dobbins, Eaton, Edwards, Evans, Elliott, Faubion, Hall, Hastings, Izzard, Keethler, Kendrick, LaFehr, Maxey, McBride, McClain, McMillan, Miks, Moe, Pickens, Prohaska, Radford, Rasmussen, Scivally, Smith, ...

Arlys Reitz LaFehr
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Golden, Colorado] : A.J.R. LaFehr, c1990, 1991
114 leaves in various foliations : ill., facsims., ports., geneal. tables

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Early Van Amburgh ancestors came mainly from Wales. The earliest known ancestor is Benjamin Lewis Van Amburgh. In 1793, in Prince Edward County, Virginia, Benjamin married Charles Price's widow, Elizabeth (Fowlkes) Price. Elizabeth was the daughter of John and Sarah Jennings Fowlkes, born in 1764, in Amelia County, Virginia. Her Jennings ancestors were English. Elizabeth and Benjamin settled in New Madrid District of the Louisiana Territory, and had three children. Benjamin died in 1806 or 1807 in New Madrid District, Missouri. Elizabeth died after 1823.

Includes bibliographical references.

Additions and corrections are found in the periodical entitled "The Van Amburgh times" published: Houston, Texas : A.R. LaFehr, 1992- . Later published in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Includes index.

Includes Van Amburg/Van Amburgh and allied families of Heite/Hitt, Scivally, Cummins, etc.

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