The Wright ancestry of Caroline, Dorchester, Somerset and Wicomico counties, Maryland

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Baltimore, Maryland : [publisher not identified], 1907
218 pages : portrait.

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Electronic reproduction. Salt Lake City, Utah : FamilySearch International, 2011.

Jesse Wright (1795-1855), son of Constantine and Bethany Wright, lived at Tryall, near Federalsburg, Maryland. He married Eliza (1801-1871), the daughter of Thomas and Rhoda Willis on 14 January 1819. They were the parents of six boys and five girls; Daniel R., Jane, Levica, Willis, Arah Adaline, Curtis Anderson, John Riley, Eliza Ann, Constantine, Jesse and Charlotte. Descendants are listed, but places of birth or residence are not mentioned.

Includes index.

Contents: Pt 1. Wrights of Marshyhope, Dorchester County, Maryland. -- pt. 2. Biographical account of Edward, Joshua, Constantine and Jesse Wright. -- pt. 3. Births, marriages and deaths of the descendants of the grandchildren of Jesse Wright.

Includes Wright, Bowers, Bowdle, Buckley, Butler, Chambers, Fulton, Harper, Hopkins, Hubbard, Hubbert, Lane, Leonard, Lynch, Payne, Taylor, Waldron, and others.

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