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More than skin deep or Spotsylvania ancestors of Maxey Lee Blaydes and some of their connections : or Spotsylvania ancestors of Maxey Lee Blaydes and some of their connections

Mary Douglas (Meriwether) Blaydes
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lexington, Kentucky : M.D. Blaydes, 1979
x., 492, [38] p. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

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Bibliography: p. viii.

This work includes the ancestral families of Maxey Lee Blaydes, the author's husband. The relationships of many of his ancestral families of Spotssylvania County, Virginia, which was formed from Essex, King and Queen, and King William Counties in 1720-21, are described. Several ancestors are traced back to the early 15th century, England.

Includes Blaydes/Blades, Coleman, Duerson, Edenton/Eatherton, Waller, and related families.

Includes index

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