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Genealogy of the Talbot--Wingfield--and Reid families

by Rosa Talbot Knight
Knight, Rosa Talbot (Main Author)
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (139 leaves) at the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

Matthew Talbot, the grandson of the 10th Earl of Shreswsbury, was born in England, in 1699. In 1722, he and his cousin, Edward Talbot, came to Maryland on a visit to their cousin, Sir William Talbot. Matthew Talbot remained in America and settled first in Maryland, where he married Mary Williston, daughter of James and Ann Belgrave Williston, in 1722. Their first son was born in Maryland in 1723. They then moved to Amelia, later Bedford County, Virginia, where they had three more sons, born 1729-1734. After the death of Mary Talbot, he married 2) Jane Clayton. They had a son. Descendants lived in Virginia, Georgia, and elsewhere.

Includes the Wingfield, Reid, and other related families.

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