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US Maddys : an account of the family in England and the descendants of William Maddy of Fairfax County, Virginia, and James Maddy of Fairfax and Orange Counties, emigrants

by Olive Maddy
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2016

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Digital images of original published: Oskaloosa, Iowa : O. Maddy, 1950. x, 280 p., [83] leaves of plates : ill., facsims., ports.

Includes indexes.

William Maddy (d.1755) emigrated from England to Fairfax County, Virginia, and was probably a relative (possibly a father) of James Maddy I (fl.1759-1783). James married Ann Morris (1740-1844) in 1759, and served early in the Revolutionary War. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Montana, Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, Kansas, Texas, Missouri, Illinois and elsewhere. Includes family history and genealogical data about ancestors and descendants in England between the early 1500s and the late 1800s.

Includes Maddy, Fenner, Kennedy, Lively, McNeer, Rankin, Yoakum, Finnegan, Finnessey, Wheelock, Burke, Cuzart, Henderson, Moss, Rose, Stephens, Holroyd, Strider, Bailey, Hollandsworth, Kester, Silkwood, Simmons, Walters, Ballantyne, Bing, Copeland, Ellis, Hinton, Johnson, Langley, Page, Shanklin, Spangler, Summers, Tucker, Viers, Waltz, Woodrum, Zalckman, Cambron, Clingensmith, Eversole, Garrison, Hinschler, Hirst, Hutson, Hrabe, Light, Mason, Parker, Sagrillo, Spaur, Stiles, Suher, Weisdorf, Wharton, Whitlatch, Woolsey and related families.

See also the 1964 supplement entitled: Supplement to US Maddys : family of James II and Anna Kissinger Maddy / [compiled by Sandra McVay Malone, and published by Maddy's Association for the 1964 Iowa Maddy Reunion].

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