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The Burrow family : des[c]endants of Henry and Lucy Burrow from Virginia to North Carolina and beyond : Allison, Amick, Bowman, Buckles, Burough, Burrough, Burroughs, Burrow, Embler, Gomble, Goodman, Lane, McCarry, Moore, Robinson, Stout, Warren, Yergin, York and related families

[Howard Duane Burough]
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Augusta, Georgia : H.D. Burough, 1981
140 leaves in various foliations : ill., ports.

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Henry Burrow (1730-1794), son of John Burrow (ca. 1690-1777) and Johanna Wilkerson, was born in Briston Parish, Prince George Co., Virginia which became part of Dinwiddie County in 1752. In 1754 he married Lucretia (Lucy) (ca. 1740-1837). They were parents of nine children. The earliest known ancestor, Phillip Burrow, born ca. 1641 in England came to America, and died after 1700 in Surry County, Virginia.

Includes index.

Includes Burrow/Burough/Burrough/Burroughs, and allied families of Amick, Buckles, Robinson, Stout, Shankle, etc.

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