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On footings from the past : the Packers in England

Donna Smith Packer
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Salt Lake City, Utah?] : D.S. Packer, c1988
xix, 467 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
0884846819

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Bibliography: p. 447-461; "notes:" at end of each chapter.

Contents: The Packers of Gloucestershire -- The Packers of Westminster -- The Packers of Groombridge -- The Packers of Berkshire -- The Packers of Wiltshire -- The Packer women -- The Mylles family -- The James family -- The Packers of America.

Includes index.

Includes Berkeley, Borwell, Isgar, James, Kibblewhite, Mylles and related families.

Thomas Packer (ca.1460) married Margaret Kibblewhite (ca.1462) and lived in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, where they had five children between ca.1488-ca.1500. Descendants and relatives through the seventeenth century lived in Gloucestershire, Westminster (London County), Groombridge (Sussex County), Berkshire, Wiltshire and elsewhere. Some descendants lived in Ireland. Philip Packer (ca.1656-1739), direct descendant of Thomas in the sixth generation), immigrated in 1683 from Ireland to Burlington, New Jersey. Jonathan Taylor Packer (1817-1889), direct descendant in the fifth generation of Philip the immigrant, became a convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and married three times, moving to Brigham City, Utah and Safford, Arizona. The author's husband (Apostle Boyd K. Packer) is a direct descendant in the eighth generation of immigrant Philip Packer.

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