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Benjamin Lemasters of Nicholas County, West Virginia : his ancestry, his war record, his descendants

by Ronald V. Hardway ..
Books/Monographs
English
[Summersville, West Virginia?] : R.V. Hardway, c1993
126 p. : maps.

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Abraham LeMaitre, a Huguenot, was born at Derval, Brittany, France, and immigrated to England, with his wife, Elizabeth, in the late 1650s. There they anglicized their surname to Lemasters. They immigrated to Maryland ca. 1660. He died in 1722 on his plantation "Betty's Delight, Charles County, Maryland. His great great grandson, Benjamin Lemasters (1756-1837), was born in Charles County, Virginia, the son of Isaac and Ann Scott Lemasters. His family lived in in Frederick County, Maryland, through the 1760s and migrated to to Monongalia County, Virginia, in 1770. After serving in the Revolutionary War, 1776-1779, Benjamin married Rebecca Ann Martin in 1779. They were the parents of ten known daughters, born 1780-1804, who lived to maturity. The family was living at Bucks Garden, Kanawha County, later in Nicholas County, Virginia, by 1793.

Includes index.

Includes the Boggs, Robinson, Frame, Stephenson, Rader, Given, Campbell, Carr, Mollohan, and other related families.

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