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A genealogy of the John Hampton family of Lawrence Co., Alabama : and other ancestral line of descent of Draper--Peirsey--Hill--Charles-- Lockey--Collier--Myhill--Flood--Smith--Harris--Vines

compiled by Connie Gilbreath Belcher
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Huntsville, Alabama] : C.G. Belcher, 1988
xxi, 242 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Contents: pt. 1. John Hampton family of Scotland, N.J., Va. Andrew Hampton family of Va., N.C. Ephraim Hampton family of N.C. John and Elizabeth (Smith) Hampton of Lawrence Co., Alabama -- pt. 2. Nicholas and Elizabeth (Flood) King Smith of Surry Co., Va. William and Ann (Isham?) Smith of Surry Co., Va. and Brunswick Co., Va. Josiah and Elizabeth (Collier) Smith of Surry Co., Va.; Brunswick Co., Va.; Henry Co., Va.; and York Co., S.C. -- pt. 3. Other ancestral line of descent: Elizabeth Draper of London, England. Abraham and Elizabeth (Draper) Peirsey of London, England, and York Co., Va. Isaac and Mary (Lockey?) Collier of London, England, and York Co., Va. John and Mary (Lockey) Myhill of York Co., Va. Robert and Lemenda (Jones?) Harris of Hanover Co., Va. and Granville Co., N.C.

John Hampton (ca. 1740-ca. 1702) joined the Quaker movement in Scotland in 1669. He married four times and was the father of at least nine children, 1668-1702. The family immigrated to America in 1683 and settled in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Descendants listed lived in New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, and elsewhere.

Includes the Breger, Crow, Dutton, Gilbreath, McWhorter, Taber, and other related families.

Includes index.

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