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The Wroe and Chancellor families : with special attention to the descendants of Chancellor Wroe (1782-1818) and his wife, Elizabeth Monroe Chancellor (1793-1872)

compiled by William Clarke Wroe
Wroe, William Clarke (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Edgewater, Maryland : W.C. Wroe, 1992
xxii, 584 p. : geneal. tables, maps.
1st ed

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Includes Browne, Pope, Monroe, Weedon, and related families.

William Wroe (ca. 1670-1730) was born in England and immigrated to Virginia as a young man. He married Judith Browne, a daughter of Original Browne and Jane Brookes, ca. 1697. They had seven children. After her death, before 1725, he married Hannah Mason, a widow. They had no children. Many descendants live in the eastern and southern United States.

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