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Wilkes records, 1216-1984

by Lillian Jones Crews
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Tallahassee, Florida : L.J. Crews, c1986
280 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : coat of arms, geneal. table.
2nd ed

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Includes indexes (listing Wylkys, Wylks, Wilks and other variant spellings).

Includes Bentley, Crews, Mitchener, Rawlings, Stone, Winn (Wynne) and related families.

Thomas Wilkes immigrated from England to Charles City County, Virginia in 1653. John Wilkes (possibly a relative of Thomas) was in Charles City County, Virginia in 1658. A Joseph Wilkes (probably a descendant of Thomas or John) was on the New Kent County rent rolls in 1704--and was the direct ancestor of the four brothers whose progeny are traced. Other Wilkes immigrants (to Virginia, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina) and their progeny are traced. Descendants lived along the Atlantic seacoast, and in Tennessee, Arkansas, Illinois and other midwestern states.

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