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The Woottons of Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Richard C. Wooton
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Arlington, Virginia : Wooten and Related Families Association, c1981
iv, 73 p. : facsims.
Special study (Wooten and Related Families Association, Arlington, Virginia); 1

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Thomas Watton or Wotton (1612-1670) immigrated from England to James City County, Virginia in 1639, and later settled in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. He was probably the son of Thomas and Jane Watton of Castor (near Peterborough, Northampton County), England. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina and elsewhere. The author recites and then discounts the story that Thomas was the surgeon in the original Jamestown colony.

Each chapter includes bibliographic references.

Includes indexes (listing variant spellings of Wootton, Watton, Wootten, Wooton, Wooten, etc.).

Includes Council, Johnston (Johnson), Reynolds, Smith, Whitley, Williams and other families.

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