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The descendants of Peter Porter, an emigrant of 1621

compiled by William Arthur Porter
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Minneapolis, Minnesota : Argus Publishing Co., 1937
177 p., [7] leaves of plates : ill., geneal. table, ports.

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Peter Porter emigrated from England to Virginia in 1622 at age seventeen and settled in what is now Northampton County. He and his wife, Frances, were married in Virginia, ca. 1649, and moved to Anne Arundel County, Maryland, ca. 1649. They had one son born ca. 1651. Peter Porter (1) and his wife were killed by Indians within a few years of their arrival in Maryland. Their great grandson Peter Porter (ca. 1704-after 1774) and his wife had four sons, born ca. 1738-1746. Descendants listed lived in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and elsewhere.

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