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The early Stovalls : a report to the Virginia Committee of the Stovall Research Fund

Neil D. Thompson
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : N.D. Thompson, 1987
iv, 130 p.

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Preface indicates breadth of documentary sources researched; chapters and appendices include detailed bibliographic references.

Includes Chandler, Crowder, Hatcher, Learwood, Taber, Wiles and other families.

Bartholomew Stovall (1665-1721) immigrated in 1684 from Albury, Surrey County, England to Henrico County, Virginia, and married Ann Burton in 1693. Descendants and relatives through the fourth generation lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere. The work carefully analyzes any Stovall connection with some contemporary families, particularly any possibility of a lineage or blood relationship.

Additions and corrections are found in the periodical entitled "Stovall journal."

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