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Tha hast na peer : notes of his family history

by Lt. Colonel John Hawkins Napier, III
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Alexandria, Virginia] : J.H. Napier III, [1967]
25 leaves

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In 1654 or 1655 , Dr. Patrick Napier, Jr., immigrated to Gloucester County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Booth (1645-1672), daughter of Dr. Robert Booth, in 1658. He died, ca. 1669, leaving a 1500 1500 acre plantation in Blisland Parish, New Kent County, to his son, Robert, and daughter, Frances. Record gives line of descent to the author, Lt. Col. John Hawkins Napier, III, with information on his ancestors and their families. His Napier ancestors lived in Virginia, Mississippi, and elsewhere. The author was born in 1925 at Berkely, California, the son of Dr. John Hawkins Napier, Jr. (1896-1949).

Includes an addendum: The Tates of Pearl River.

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