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A collection of facts and recollections of the descent lines and the relationships among some descendants of William Herndon of England and New Kent Co., Va.; Anthony Halberstadt of Hessen Kassel, Germany and Hunterdon Co., N.J.; Thomas Faulconer of England and Isle of Wight Co., Va.; Thomas Haydon of Northumberland Co., Va.; Nicholas Yager of Hesse, Germany and Spotsylvania and Madison Cos., Va.; Lewis Conner, Sr. of Boone Co., Ky.

by Grace Yager Froom (Mrs. B.C. Froom)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Indianapolis, Indiana : G.Y. Froom, 1983
56 leaves : facsims., geneal. tables, col. maps, ports.

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William Herndon (1649-1722) emigrated from England to New Kent (later King and Queen) County, Virginia during or before 1674, and married Catherine Digges in 1677. Descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Leathers and related families.

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