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Carter Hall

Some genealogical notes on the Burwell family of Virginia
by Stuart E. Brown, Jr., and Ann Barton Brown
Books/Monographs
English
Berryville, Virginia : Virginia Book, c1978
iv, 70, ii, 120 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill., ports.

Notes

Second section published under the collective title, Some genealogical notes on the Burwell family of Virginia: Record of the Burwell family / by George H. Burwell; The Children of Major Lewis Burwell II / by Everard Kidder Meade; Excerpts from Randolph, with some additions and corrections (The Randolphs of Virginia / by Robert Isham Randolph); Excerpts from the Beverley family of Virginia with additions and corrections (The Beverley family of Virginia / by John McGill); and Sketch of Carter Burwell (1716-1756) / compiled by George Harrison Burwell III.

Bibliography (first section): p. 66.

Lewis Burwell immigrated from England to Gloucester County, Virginia about 1640 and died in 1658. Includes most descendants living in Virginia.

First section is a history of Carter Hall, a plantation home in Clarke County, Virginia, which was built by Nathaniel Burwell.

Includes indexes.

Includes Carter, Harrison, Meade, Nelson, Page, Randolph and related families.

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