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Irish Burks of colonial Virginia and New River : assorted royalists, explorers, Indians, Indian traders, Indian scouts, surveyors, road builders, soldiers : allied families - Davis, Hughes, Napier, McComas, Scott, Davidson, Williams, Lybrook, Snidow

by Patricia Givens Johnson
Johnson, Patricia Givens (Main Author)
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English
Blacksburg, Virginia : Walpa Publishing, c1992
[iii], 277 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.
187818802X

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The Burkes were originally Anglo-Irish. There were several Burk families which immigrated to America in the middle 1600s and early 1700s and settled in Virginia. Among those Burks was Sam Burk who settled in Byrd Creek and James Burk who settled along the New River and later in Surry County, North Carolina. Two other Burks were Thomas Burk who settled in Shenandoah and John Burk who settled near Thomas. Descendants live in Virginia and other parts of the United States.

Includes index.

Includes information on the families of Burk, Davis, Hughes, Napier and Taylor.

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