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Humphreys of Prince George, Maryland, Caswell-Rockingham Counties, N.C., Henry County, Tennessee, Greene-Putnam-Sullivan Counties, IND, ......

Leonard Humphrey
Humphrey, Leonard (Main Author)
[230?] leaves : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.


The oldest known ancestor was a Henry Humphreys who was born in 1716 in either Ireland or Wales. This Henry Humphreys came to America and married a lady in Maryland named Sarah. They were the parents of Henry Abner Humphreys (b.1747) who moved to Loudoun County, Virginia and was the father of William Henly Humphreys (1767-1842) who, in turn, moved to Tennessee. A descendant, John Porter Humphreys (1853-1941) was born in Tennessee but moved to Texas with his wife, Merradie Ann Stoval Humphreys (1863-1944). They were the parents of four children. Their son, Ace Robert Poppa Humphrey was the first to drop the "s" at the end of the name. Descendants live in Texas and Tennessee.

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