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Ramshaw/Ransha/Rainshaw family of Warwick County, Virginia with Hoggard & Thurmer connection

compiled by Alice Granbery Walter
Pedigree Chart
English
Virginia Beach, Virginia : A.G. Walter, [1983?]
1 pedigree chart ; 40 x 28 cm.

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Martha Ransha (ca. 1688-d. bef. 1723) was a descendant of Thomas Ransha who had immigrated from England in 1631/2 and had settled in Warwick River Co., Virginia. She was the daughter of Samuel and Ann Wills Ranshaw. About 1704, she married Robert Thurmer (ca. 1686-1738). His second wife was Sarah Jackson who later married Simon Morgan. Descendants and relatives remained chiefly in Virginia.

Includes references.

Includes Hoggard, Jackson, Mackentosh, Malicote, Powell, Thurmer and related families.

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