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The Flournoy family history of France, Switzerland, England, Virginia, Missouri, California, Oregon and other states

compiled and copyrighted by Alecia Jean Tipton
Tipton, Alecia Jean (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Redding, California : A.J. Tipton, c1978
65, [3] leaves, [12] leaves of plates : ill., facsims., ports. ; 28 cm.

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Bibliography: leaf 65.

Jacob Flournoy was the emigrant ancestor of this family. He was born 1663 in Geneva, Switzerland. He immigrated to America in 1700 with his second wife Martha Morel and four children, one died during the voyage. He was married to Martha Morel in 1685 in Geneva. His first wife's name is not known. Jacob Fluornoy and his family settled in Chesterfield Co. (then Hen- rico Co.), Virginia. After Martha Morel Flournoy died, he married (3) Madeline Prodhom in 1703. She was born in Holland, and was a widow of Moise Verreuil, a French merchant of Rouen. Descendants live in Virginia, Missouri, California, Oregon and elsewhere.

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