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The Dudney trail

by Lynn Dudney
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Texas?] : L. Dudney, c1982
ix, 321 p. : ill., facsims., coat of arms, ports., maps

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History of the Dudney family from Ireland to Barbados to the United States. An early ancestor, Abraham Dudney, sailed on the ship "Supply" from Barbados to Boston, Massachusetts on May 24, 1679. It is believed that Abraham left Boston in 1680 for the new Irish settlement in Maryland, which included what is now Hartford, and Cecil Counties, Maryland and part of Newcastle County, Delaware. Family members and descendants live in Maryland, North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Indiana, Arkansas, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes index.

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