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The Farish family of Cumberland, England, formerly of Dumfriesshire, Scotland [and] The Farish family in America

  • Farish family of Cumberland, England, formerly of Dumfriesshire, Scotland, 1560-1937
  • Farish family in America, 1674-1970
Hunter Dickinson Farish ; F. Paul Farish
Pedigree Chart/Pedigree Chart on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm made of 2 pedigree charts (61 x 57 cm. and 61 x 84 cm.) donated by Lorene M. Crowe, Phoenix, Arizona.

Some of the data for the English and Scottish chart supplied to Dr. Hunter Dickinson Farish by Dr. Arthur Farish Farish, London.

Pedigree charts showing ancestry in England and Scotland, and descendants and relatives of Robert Farish (b.1674), who immigrated from Cumberland, England to King and Queen County, Virginia. Descen- dants and relatives to 1970 lived in Virginia, Maryland, Arizona and elsewhere. Includes ancestry and relatives in England and Scotland to about 1560.

Includes Faireis as a variant spelling.

Includes Crowe, Hopper, Lemley, Michau, Parkes, Reynolds, Sharpe, Smith, Snow, Stalworth, Tucker, Vickers, Wilkins and related families.

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