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Descendants of John Daingerfield and his wife, New Kent County, Virginia, 1640-1928 : including descendants of Elizabeth Meriweather of Essex Co., Va., Apphia Fauntleroy of Richmond Co., Va., Elizabeth Parker of West Moreland Co., Va. and their husbands : also Thomas Deaderick and his wife of Frederick Co., Va., and Dora Virginia Deaderick and her husband, Robert Strange MacRae of orange County, N. Carolina : de[s]cendants of George Parker and his wife, Accomac Co., Va., 1650

assembled by Lawrence MacRae
MacRae, Lawrence (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Washington, D.C. : L.C. Photoduplication Service, 1985
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of typescript (1, 15 leaves) prepared in 1928 by Lawrence MacRae, Greensboro, North Carolina.

John Daingerfield and his brother, William, emigrated from England to settle along the James River in Virginia in the early 1600s. John Daingerfield, direct descendant of immigrant John, acquired land in 1660 in Rappahanock County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and elsewhere.

Bibliography: leaf 15.

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