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The Massengills, Massengales, and variants, 1472-1931

by Samuel Evans Massengill
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Briston, Tennessee : King Printing, c1931
909 p., [49] p. of plates : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Pages 711-738 list "military records" for this surname.

Daniel Marsingell of Whitby, England immigrated in 1653 to King Charles (now Prince George) Co., Virginia and later moved to Charles City Co., Virginia.

Includes indexes.

Appendices (p.815-889): A. The Cobbs. -- B. The Tiptons. -- C. The Jobes, including the Fain, Ensor and McMahon connections. -- D. The Dysarts and Bradens, including the Rhea connections. -- E. The Evanses, including the Vance and Colvill connections. -- F. The Smiths, including the Humphreys connection.

Includes Massengill, Massengale, Marsingell, Tipton, Jobe, Evans, Smith, Fain, Ensor, McMahon, Dysart, Braden, Rhea, Vance, Colvill, Humphreys and related families.

"Addenda" slips mounted on p. 97, 745.

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