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The Nunns of XVIIIth century Virginia : with roster of 1300 descendants of the Henry County clan

by O. Norris Smith
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Greensboro, North Carolina : O.N. Smith, 1984
43, 8 p. : facsims., geneal. table, map.

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Joseph Nunn (ca.1715-ca.1778) married Elizabeth Ingram about 1738, and in 1749 owned land in Chesterfield County, Virginia. His probable parents owned land in King and Queen County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes "Supplement to The Nunns of XVIIIth century Virginia."

Includes index.

Includes Alexander, Eggleston, Pace, Ramsey, Stone, Thomasson and related families.

"Table of contents": tipped-in after t.p.

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