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Strother and allied families

compiled by Hazel Bentley Eubanks
Books/Monographs
English
Atlanta, Georgia : H.B. Eubanks, c1982
xix, 305 p. : ill., coats of arms., facsims., ports.
0893082937

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Includes index.

Includes Bennett, Bentley, Dill, Edmunds (Edmonds), Giddens, Story and related families.

William Strother (d.1702) immigrated from England to Rappahannock (later Richmond, then King George) County, Virginia during or before 1673. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere. Includes ancestry in England and France to about 900 A.D.

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