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Genealogy of the early Malpus of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama : including Malpas, Malpass, Molpus, Malphrus, Malphurs and all similar names with allied families

compiled by Muriel Ward Malphurs
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
San Diego, California : M.W. Malphurs, c1987
728, 72 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Donor: Cecil Edward Malphurs, 1988.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes index.

Includes Weeks, Harris, Robinson, Zotti, Shaw, Rountree and other related families.

Richard Malpus-Malpas-Molpus (b.ca1682-1734) emigrated to the colonies and settledd in Henrico Co., Virginia. He married Mary and then relocated to Nansemond Co., Virginia and then to Chowan Co., North Carolina. They were the parents of Jeremiah, John, William, Richard and Simon Malpas.

James Malpas (b.ca1686-1775) (brother of Richard and John of Virginia). He married Elizabeth Mullington of Bladen Co., North Carolina. They were the parents of seven children.

John Malpas (b.ca1688) (brother of Richard and James) of Nansemond and New Hanover Counties, Virginia and Duplin Co., North Carolina. He married twice and was the father of five children.

Family origin is believed to have been at Le Maupas near Trient in Switzerland. Ten generations of descendants are given. Family members are scattered across the United States.

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