Anderson, Cockrill, Moffett, Smith & allied families of Northern Virginia

compiled by James A. Burgess
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Chandler, Arizona : J.A. Burgess, c2002-2003
2 v. : ill., geneal. tables, map, port.


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William Cockril was born in 1710, probably in Westmoreland or Northumberland County, Virginia. He married Hannah Anderson, daughter of Walter Anderson and Mary Travis, in about 1740 and they had four known children. He died in about 1756 in Prince William County, Virginia. Hannah married Henry Moffett in about 1758 and had two sons. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, North Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky and Texas.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes Cockrell, Beaver, Bobst, Boothroyd, Burgess, Clatterbuck, Kirby, Minter, Person, Utterback and related families.

Contents: v. 1. William Cockrill and Hannah and their posterity and other Northern Neck Virginia Cockrill families -- v. 2. Descendants of Henry Moffett and of Joseph Smith including Ball, Bailey, Rosser, Neavil, Doniphan, Rowley, Mott and other related families.

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