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The Banks legacy : the chronicles of a free, Negro family

by Elizabeth M. Turner ; editor Cordella Ann Macrae
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l.] : E.M. Turner, c1991
148 p. : ill., ports.

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Bibliography: p. 143-148.

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It is believed that John Banks, who entered Surry, Virginia in 1652 as a free man, was the earliest ancestor. A descendant, John Banks Junior (ca. 1738-1804), married Lydia. Their children were Nathan, Benjamin, Nancy, Priscilla, Faithy, Daniel, Clara, and Jeremiah. Most of the family stayed in Virginia with some going to Ohio and Canada.

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