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The Brittain-Britton families of New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania

by Purcel [i.e. Pursel] (1939), Brand (1927), Mathews (1884)
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English
[Salem, Massachusetts : Higginson Book Co., 1995?]
12 p.

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Reprints of pages concerning the Brittain-Britton families originally published in the following three books: 1) p. 11-16 from Genealogy of the Miller and Pursel families / compiled and edited by Vida Miller Pursel. Bloomington, Pa. : Smith Printing Shop, 1939; 2) p. [386]-389 from The Wade family : Monogalia County, Virginia, now West Virginia / by Franklin Marion Brand. Morgantown, W.Va. : [F.M. Brand, 1927]; and 3) p. 33-34 from The Thomas family of Hilltown, Bucks County, Penn'a / by Edward Mathews. Lansdale, Pa. : Arthur K. Thomas, 1884.

Early Brittain/Britton families mentioned include Nathaniel Brittain (d. 1684) and his wife Ann Stillwell of England and New York; Wilson Britton of Monongalia County, Virginia, who married Jane Wade ca. 1806; and Nathan Brittain and Anna Thomas of Hilltown, Pennsylvania, who were married ca. 1760.

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