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Hayes, Johnson and allied families, genealogical family history

compiled and edited by Charles Clifton Hayes and associates
Hayes, Charles Clifton (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Knoxville, Tennessee : Tennessee Valley Pub., c1993, 1994
x, 515 p. : ill., facsims., ports., maps, geneal. tables

Notes

The immigrant ancestor of the Johnson family, John Johnson (ca. 1610/20- aft. 1665), was born in England of the British Isles -- perhaps Scotland. He died in Northumberland Co., Va. He had two children: Jeffrey Sr. or I (ca. 1640-1725/26) born before coming to America, married Elizabeth ca. 1660's, died at Jeffrey's Marsh Plantation, Elk Run (formerly Marsh Run) in King George County (now Fauquier), Va.; and Ann (ca. 1640-aft. 1696) born probably in Northumberland Co., Va. married there ca. 1663, Samuel Gooch. Henry Hays (1667-1746), the immigrant ancestor of the Hayes family, was baptized in Epwell, Oxfordshire, England. He died in 1746 in East Marlborough, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. Includes other emigrant ancestors from England to Virginia, Pennsylvania etc. in the 1600s. Descendants live in Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Parks, Gray, Walker and allied families.

Library has only v. 1.

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