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Families are forever

compiled by Nellie McLane Barham and Marius Randolph Barham
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Norfolk, Virginia] : N.M. & M.R. Barham, c1988-c1992
7 v. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, map, ports.

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Includes bibliographic references.

John Smith (b.ca.1700) married Nancy Barrom and lived in New Kent County, Virginia. His son, Lewis Smith Sr., married Judith Gilliam and they were the parents of John Smith (1757-1817) and Lewis Smith Jr. (1759-1809/1810). Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Florida and elsewhere.

Includes Chandler, Cooke, Crawford, Crump, Cunningham, Garrett, Keyser, Long, Meriwether, Sangster, Barham, Apperson, Bacon, Christian, Clopton, Harris, Marston, Meanly, Poindexter, Stewart, Vaiden, and related families.

Contents: v. 1. The Smith family of New Kent and adjacent counties -- v. 2. The paternal ancestry of Margaret Farlie (Cunningham) Smith : Cunningham, Johnson, Meriwether and Crawford -- v. 3. The origin of the Chandlers in the Virginia colony and the Chandler family of New Kent County, Virginia -- v. 4. William Cooke of New Kent County, Virginia and his descendants -- v. 5. The heritage of Captain Charles Barham, 1626-1683, of England and the colony of Virginia : a compilation of some of his ancestral lines for approximately sixteen hundred years -- v. 5, pt. 2. The descendants of Charles (1) Barham, the progenitor in the Virginia colony in the mid-sixteen hundreds through his eldest son, Charles (2) Barham of James City County, Virginia -- v. 6. The heritage of John Crawford, 1600-1676, of Scotland and the colony of Virginia : a compilation of some of his ancestral lines : this heritage includes early Scottish Kings, Saxon Kings of England, William the Conqueror and Charlemagne, during a period of approximately sixteen hundred years. -- v. 7. The Appersons, New Kent and adjacent Virginia counties, showing family connections with the Bacon, Chandler, Christian, Clopton, Cooke, Crump, Harris, Marston, Meanley, Poindexter, Stewart, Vaiden, and many other families, commencing with John (1) Apperson, the

progenitor who came to the Virginia colony in 1680.

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