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The Maxeys of Virginia : a genealogical history of the descendants of Edward and Susannah Maxey

by Edythe Maxey Clark
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1987
xiii, 993 p. : maps, port.
Rev. ed

Notes

Reprint. Originally published: Baltimore : Gateway Press, 1980. 1 v.

Edward (d. 1740) and Susannah (d. 1743) Maxey of Henrico Co., Virginia. They had eight children: Edward Jr., d. 1726, Susannah, Elizabeth, John, d. 1779, William, d. 1768, Nathaniel, d. 1779, Sylvanus, d. 1770, and Walter, d. 1791. Later family members (to 1900) migrated to Washington, Idaho, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Some derivations of the Maxey name are: Maxe, Maxey, Maxcy, Maxcey, Macksie, Macksey.

Associated families include: Gates, Smith, Parker, Moseley, and Johnson.

Maps on lining paper.

Includes addenda, p. 869-888.

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