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A guide to the Pence families of America

by Richard Allen Pence
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Fairfax, Virginia : R. A. Pence, 1982
2 v. (xiii, 129; xiii, 159 p.)

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To view a digital version of Vol. 1 of this item click here.

References: p. 129, pt. 1; p. 159, pt. 2.

Contents: pt. 1. Jacob and Valentine Pence of Augusta (Rockingham) County, Virginia including descendants in Ohio and west -- pt. 2. Jacob, Lewis and Henry Pence of Shenandoah (Page) County, Virginia and Champaign County, Ohio.

Includes indexes.

Includes Aughe, Bowman (Bowsman), Bozell, Fudge, Jenkins, Kite, Kyger, Stafford, Steinberger and related families.

The name Pence appears in passenger lists to Pennsylvania as early as 1727. Three major groups of Pences (some with surnames anglicized from Bentz) settled in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley in the 1740s, after having lived for a time in Pennsylvania. These volumes trace the descendants of Jacob, Lewis, Henry, and Valentine Pence, many of whom lived in Virginia, Ohio and Indiana, while others have spread throughout the United States.

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