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Genealogy of the Reno family in America, 1600-1900

by Steven G. Fancy
Fancy, Steven G. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Hilo, Hawaii? : S.G. Fancy?], 1997
[1], 224 p. : maps.

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Includes index.

Louis de Reynaud was born ca. 1600 in Angoumis, France and died in 1644 in Paris, France. He and his wife had 3 sons. Their grandson Lewis Reno (Renaud), son of Pierre (Peter) de Reynaud, was born ca. 1676 in Valence, France, and emigrated to Virginia around 1696-1698. He married Anne and had 8 children. His descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, and elsewhere in the United States.

Allied family names were Kincheloe, Moore, Noffsinger, Stark, Tipton, Boring, Bynum, Claggett, Lee, Randolph, Whitledge, and other names.

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