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Pace Society of America bulletins

abstracted and compiled by Freda Reid Turner
Fernandina Beach, Florida : Wolfe Pub., 1998, 1999
2 v. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports.
  • 1883793297
  • 1883793319 v. 2


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Distributed by the Pace Society of America, Inc.

Includes additions and corrections to the serial entitled, "Pace Society of America bulletin."

Each volume includes a name index.

Pace family histories abstracted and compiled from genealogical data and family histories found in the "Pace Society of America bulletins." Pace families came to America mainly from England, Germany and Wales, and settled in Virginia in the 1600's, and in Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Tennessee in the 1700's. During the 1800's, some migrated to Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Ohio, and Tennessee. Some were converts to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and joined the Mormon pioneers' migration to Utah, Arizona, and other western states. Later descendants also lived in Florida, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska, Texas, and elsewhere. Some focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Richard Pace and Isabella Smyth who left England ca. 1610, and established a plantation called Paces Paines in Virginia in 1615. John Pace also emigrated from England and established a plantation in Middlesex County, Virginia in 1693. Includes names of some slaves.

Also includes a brief history of the Pace Society of America, Inc. which was formed in August 1963, and began publication of the Pace Society of America bulletins in 1967.

Also includes Paca, Pacie, Paice, Paisey, Pase, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Anderson, Baber, Baugh, Boykin, Bush, Bussey, Cain, Cobley, Cocke, Cooke, Cope, Daniels, Davis, East, Epps, Gingrich, Haymes, Heffelfinger, Johnson, Jones, Kirkland, Lane, Lee, Martin, Maycock (Macock, Macocke, Maycocx, Maycox), Montague (Montechute), Newsome, Nunn, Osborn, Perry, Pitburn, Poythress, Saunders, Shelton, Smyth (Smith), Starks, Stevens, Strickland, Swann, Turner, Vivion, Walker, Ward, Ware, Waters, West, White, Williams, Woodliefe (Woodleif, Woodliffe), Woodruff (Woodrough), and other related families.

Also includes information about slaves in Pace and related family households.



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