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Witt newsletter

Serial
English
Irvine, Kentucky : Edwards and Rose Genealogical Heritage, 1987-
v. : ill., ports.
Vol. 1 no. 1 (1987)-

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Roughly three times per year.

Editors: Sandra Winkler Rose & Eva Dean Boian Edwards.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Huguenot Witt families moved from France to England, and then emigrated to America. Focus is on (but not limited) to descendants of William (Guilluame) Witt (1675-1754) and his wife, Mary Daux. They lived in the colony of Manakin or Manikintown, in Powhatan County, Virginia, and later moved to Albemarle County, Virginia, where William was buried at St. Ann's Parish. Descendants of these and other Witt progenitors also lived in Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Vermont in the 1800's. Later families also lived in Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, and elsewhere.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (15 Feb. 2006)

Also includes Amerine, Barnes, Canidey, Chastain, Churchill, Clark, Clay, Cox, Daux, Dodd, Durham, Godman, Griggs, Gum, Harbour, Jacobs, Key, King, Littleberry (Littlebury), McQueen, Mills, Nadeau, Rice, Richardson, Webb, White, and other related families.

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