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The Keys of colonial Virginia : early generations and migrations

compiled and edited by Marcus M. Key
Key, Marcus M. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2010

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Digital images of original published: Decorah, Iowa : Anundsen Pub., 1998. 1 v.

John Key was born ca. 1696 and was in Spotsylvania County, Virginia in 1724. He later moved to Albemarle County ca. 1732. He was probably married to Martha Tandy. Another Key family was that of Martin Key who died in 1757. His second wife was Elizabeth Burford and he lived in Louisa County. Descendants of these families later moved into Tennessee, Alabama, Missouri, and elsewhere. Includes information on other Key families in early Virginia.

Includes Witt, Burford and related families.

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