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History of the Mead-e family

by Billy D. Meade
Manuscript/Manuscript with Digital Images
English
1987
141 [i.e. 153] leaves.

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Rev. Matthew Mead (1629-1699) was born at Leighton Buzzard, Bedford, England, the son of Richard and Joane Mead. He married Elizabeth Walton at London, England, in 1654. They had fifteen children. He was a prominent clergyman in the Church of England and was ejected for non-confomity in 1662. The family immigrated to America, ca. 1681, and settled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Descendants listed, chiefly descendants of their great grandson, Robert Mead (1748-1825), who migrated from Bedford County, Virginia, to Floyd County, Kentucky, in 1801, with his family, listed lived in Kentucky and elsewhere. Descendants spelled their surname Meade and Mead.

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