Genealogy of the Baskerville family and some allied families : including the English descent from 1266 A.D.

by Patrick Hamilton Baskervill
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Richmond, Virginia : Wm. Ellis Jones' Sons, 1912
xiv, 214 p., [25] leaves of plates (chiefly folded) : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables


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"Authorities:" p. [xiii]-xiv.

Includes index.

John Baskervyle (1637-1679) immigrated about 1662 from England to York County, Virginia, and married Mary Barber. Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Baskerville or Baskervill) and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and elsewhere. Includes English ancestry and genealogical data to 1266 A.D.

Includes Bolling, Coleman, Eaton, Hamilton, Minge, Murray, Alexander, Barber, Dennett, Dickerson, Embry, Farrar, Frear, Gordon, Harrison, Hilliard, Jones, Kennon, Lucas, Lyons, Macon, Martin, Norvell, Rolfe, Scott, Tarry, Turnbull, Turner, Walker, Watkins, Whittle, Worsham, Bostoke, Mainwaring, Winnington and related families.

Many addenda and corrections leaves inserted throughout.

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