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The genealogy of the Tudor family, 1720-1987 : of Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas

by A. G. Leigh LaChapelle
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Farmington Hills, Michigan : A.G. LaChapelle, c1987
95, [17] p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Includes index.

Henry Tudor (ca. 1720-1771) and his wife, Elizabeth (d.1779) both died in Sussex Co., Virginia. They were the parents of ten children. Their grandson, Owen, and his wife, Lucy, had four children. Family members attended church at "The Raccoon Swamp Meeting Place" south of Yale in Sussex Co., Virginia. Several generations of descendants are given, in Virginia and elsewhere.

Includes Reynolds, Cooper, Christie, LaChapelle, Jones, Gray and other related families.

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