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Florida pioneers and their Alabama, Georgia, Carolina, Maryland and Virginia ancestors

David A. Avant, Jr. ; foreword by George Ely Russell
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English
Tallahassee, Florida : L'Avant Studios, c1974
xx, 500 p. : geneal. tables
0914570021

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"Acknowledgments": p. xix; bibliographic footnotes interspersed throughout.

Includes index.

Includes Britt (Brett), Carpenter, Gilmore (Gillmore), Peake (Peak, Peek, Peckl), Taliaferro, Tatum and related families.

"Of the 300 copies printed, this is copy 137"

Thomas Avent (ca.1671-1757) immigrated in 1701 from England to Virginia, and also owned land in North Carolina. His son, Peter Avent (ca.1720 -1779), moved from Virginia to Northampton County, North Carolina, and married twice. Descendants (spelling the surname Avent or Avant) and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida and elsewhere.

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