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The 17th century families of John Martin & Thomas Keeling of Lower Norfolk County, Virginia ("Linhaven Pish," Princess Anne County, Virginia) and the original owners and chain of title to the land called "Ye Dudlies" : the first few generations and intermarriages of both families : other surnames include Bray, Dyer, Hall, Jermy, Land, Linton, Lawson, Lovett, Okeham, Snail, Richason, Ward, Watson, et al

completely documented and compiled by Alice Granbery Walter
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Virginia Beach, Virginia : A.G. Walter, [1974]
23, [7] p., [3] leaves of plates (2 folded) : geneal. tables, map.

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John Martin (b.1616/1618) emigrated in 1635 from England to Lower Norfolk County, Virginia, and married three times. The third marriage was to Anne Keeling, daughter of Thomas and granddaughter of immigrant Thomas. Descendants and relatives listed lived chiefly in Virginia.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes Cornick, Offley, Okeham, Richason, Thorowgood and related families.

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