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Thomas Powell, colonial yeoman planter and John Hardman, colonial planter : progenitors with thousands of their descendants arranged in chronological order to 1985

by George Travis Powell
Books/Monographs
English
Macon, Georgia : G.T. Powell, c1987
2 v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Cover title: The Virginians: Thomas Powell & John Hardman, their descendants, 1616-1985.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes indexes.

Includes Hardman, Pool, Smith, Garner, Hookey, Vaughn and other related families.

Thomas Powell (1616-1687), yeoman and colonial immigrant, was of Isle of Wight Co., Virginia. A great grandson of Thomas Powell, John Powell, was listed on a 1733 deed as being a planter, carpenter and cooper. Another principal family member discussed, was Moses Powell who married Prudence Garner in 1757. He moved his family to Johnston Co., North Carolina after 1766. Inter-relationships with the Hardman family are given. Other inter- marriages with other families, such as the Pool, Smith, Garner, Hookey, Vaughn, Seigfried and Goode families are also given.

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