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Meador families of Virginia : and points west

Victor Paul Meador
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Independence, Missouri : V.P. Meador, c1989
3 v. : ill., chiefly geneal. tables,

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Bibliography: v. 3, p. 1985-1988.

Thomas Meador (d.1655) emigrated from England to Jamestown, Virginia in the early 1630s, with a possible brother Ambrose Meador. Thomas settled in Isle of Wight County, and moved about 1650 to the northeast shore of the Rappahannock River (in present Richmond County). No supporting evidence has been found of the ancestry of Thomas in England, though many believe his ancestry lived in Suffolk County. "Within these three volumes are named more than 37,000 descendants of Thomas Meador and their spouses, encompassing up to sixteen generations. Is this everyone descended from Thomas Meador? Certainly not ..."--Introduction (v.1, p. 1). Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, California and elsewhere.

Vol. 3 includes index (includes Meadors, Medor, Medders, Meadow, Meadows and other variant spellings).

Includes Bandy, Basham, Blankenship, Brown, Cliburn, Dowell, Hall, Hire, Holland, Jones, Martin, Simmons (Simons), Spradlin, Wright and related families.

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