Ten thousand Plunketts

by Emma Plunkett Ivy
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Atlanta, Georgia : Peachtree Letter Service, 1974
2 v. (528 p., 377 p.) : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.


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Vol. 1 in a 1974 reprint of 1969 original.

Maps on front lining papers of both volumes.

Peter Plunkett and his brother John immigrated about 1732 from Galway Bay, Ireland to Grande Terra Island (part of the French West Indies) until 1739 when they immigrated to land near Culpepper, Orange County, Virginia. Charles (d.ca.1789/1794), a son of Peter the immigrant, moved in 1762 to land near Aiken, South Carolina, and then moved to land near the Beaver Dam Creek in Newberry County, South Carolina. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, West Virginia, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes indexes.

Includes Arthur, Bowman, Cleland, Clotfelter, Edwards, Flora, Gordon, McClung, Meador, Reynolds, Sherman, Woodward and related families.

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