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The Hamblen and allied families

Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Rolla, Missouri : J.W. Hamblen, 1985
vii, 562 p., [14] p. of plates : ill., coats of arms (1 col.), facsims., maps, ports.

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"Second printing" with "second printing addendum" added at end.

Includes indexes (listing Hamlin and other variant spellings).

Includes Brewer, Deighton, Goforth, Lock, Piercy, Walker and related families.

This is a revision (chiefly in an addendum) of published work entitled: A history of the Hamblen and allied families / by Armaenous Porter Hamblen. Franklin, Ind. : Franklin Democrat, c1940.

George Hamblen (b.ca.1725-1730) lived in Worcester County, Maryland during or before 1756, and moved to Charlotte County, Virginia during or before 1776. He was possibly an English immigrant, or a grandson of George Hamblen (d.1689) of Winchester, Somerset County, Maryland. Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, California and elsewhere. Includes some ancestry and genealogical data in England, Scandinavia and elsewhere.

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