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Our Burnley ancestors and allied families

by Emma Dicken
Dicken, Emma (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
New York, New York : Hobson Book Press, 1946
viii, 261 p. : ports.

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Includes index.

"Our Burnley ancestors came from England sometime before 1700 and settled in Virginia."--P. 1. "There is some uncertainty as to the date of his [the first ancestor's] arrival in Virginia and the date of his birth and death...[but] from the different family traditions it seems certain that the immigrant ancestor was John Burnley."--P. 5. "Captain Hardin Burnley, evidently a son of the first marriage of John Burnley to Miss Hardin, was probably born between 1696 and 1704, died between 1779 and 1782. His will was destroyed with Hanover County [Virginia] records..."--P.13. Descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and elsewhere

Includes Armstrong, Atkinson, Barksdale, Bates, Boswell, Boyette, Brown, Buford, Bunkley, Byrom, Clark, Collier, Crowder, Davenport, Dicken, Duke, Garth, Harris, Harvey, Haugh, Hill, Hubert, Johnson, Johnston, Lee, Littlepage, Lowry, Madison, Martin, McAlister, McCluskey, McMillan, Meriwether, Mills, Moore, pettus, Phelps, Pope, Randolph, Sallis, Seals, Simmons, Smith, Taylor, Terrell, Thomas, Vest, Weaver, Wharton, White, Wilburn, Winston, Wood and related families

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