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Beaven-Blanford, Clarkson-Mitchell families of Maryland, Kentucky, U.S.A.

by Mary Louise Donnelly
Books/Monographs
English
Ennis, Texas : M.L. Donnelly, c1997
[4], 442 p. : ill., ports., maps
093914218X

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The immigrant ancestor Charles Beaven (1622-1699) enter the Province of Maryland in 1666. He was from Caernavan, Wales. He married Martha Paca Payley (d. 1688), widow of Lyonell Pauley of Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. She was the daughter of Robert Paca. Charles Beaven and family moved from Anne Arundel Co. to what was then Calvert County and became Prince George's Co. in 1696. Two of the children of Charles Beaven married the children of Thomas Blanford, the immigrant. He came to Maryland in 1673. The Blanford family is said to have its origin in the village of Blanford in Dorsetshire, England. Descendants live in Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, California and elsewhere.

Includes Abell, Beavan/Beaven, Blandford/Blanford, Cambron, Clarkson, Hayden, Mattingly, Mitchell, Smith, Spalding, Thompson and allied families.

Includes index.

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