Captain Jones of London and Virginia, some of his antecedents and descendants : with appreciative notice of other families, viz.: Bathurst, Belfield, Browning, Carter, Catesby, Cocke, Graham, Fauntleroy, Hickman, Hoskins, Latane, Lewis, Meriwether, Skelton, Walker, Waring, Woodford, and others

notes by L.H. Jones
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[Rutland, Vermont : Tuttle Antiquarian Books, 1985?]
295 p., [23] leaves of plates : coat of arms, facsims., ports.


Photocopy facsim. ed. of: Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, 1891.

Includes index.

Includes Cocke, Swann, Taliaferro and related families.

Roger Jones (ca.1625/1635-1701) married Dorothy Walker and an unknown second wife, and immigrated from England to Charles City County, Virginia in 1680. Roger returned to England, but Frederick Jones (d.1722), his son, moved from James City County, Virginia to Albemarle County, North Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Kentucky, Missouri, Texas and elsewhere.

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