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The Herndons of the American Revolution : (being The Herndon family of Virginia, vol. 2) presented in parts

by Dudley L. Herndon
Herndon, Dudley L. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1992-
v. : geneal. tables, ports.

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"This book is a continuation of one of the fourth generation men in The Herndon family of Virginia, volume one, The first three generations, [HFV] by Dr. John Goodwin Herndon of Haverford, Pennsylvania. Specifically this book discusses the family of William Herndon [identified in the HFV as William #82], the son of Edward #14, who was the son of James #3, who was the son of William Herndon, the original immigrant. Five volumes have been published on other later generations, four by Dr. Herndon and one by Ruth Herndon Shields [Mrs. C. W.] of Chapel Hill, North Carolina."--Preface, p. 1.

William Herndon was born in Caroline County and died in Prince William County, Virginia. He married Frances White (d. 1802) in 1758. The family also resided in Fauquier County.

Includes bibliography.

Each volume is indexed.

Contents: v. 2, pt. 6. #82. William Herndon (b. ca. 1737-d. ca. 1796) of Prince William County, Virginia, and his known descendants of the family in America -- v. 2, pt. 6-7, supp. additions and corrections #82 William Herndon of Prince William County, Virginia and his descendants and #84 John Herndon of Fauquier County, Virginia, and his descendants -- v. 2, pt. 7. #84. John Herndon (b. ca. 1741-d. ca. 1805) of Fauquier County, Virginia, and his known descendants of the family in America -- v. 2, pt. 8. #57 Lewis Herndon (b. ca. 1738- d. ca. 1796) of Goochland County, Virginia, and his known descendants of the family in America -- v. 2, pt. 9. #61, John Herndon (b. ca. 1746-d. ca. 1821) of Goochland County, Virginia, and his known descendants of the family in America -- v. 2, pt. 10. #60, James Herndon (b. ca. 1743-d. 1810) of Orange County, Virginia, and his known desceandants of the family in America -- v. 2, pt. 11. #58. Benjamin Herndon (b. ca. 1740-d. 1778) of Goochland County, Virginia and his known descendants and family in America -- v. 2, pt. 12. #17, Philip Herndon (b. ca. 1715) of Caroline County, Virginia and his known descendants and family in America.

Includes Carraco, Orth, Shelburne, Spalding, Thornberry, Tolson, Truax, Herrell, Scruggs, Tuggle and allied families.

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