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From these beginnings : the ancestry of Doris Ercelle Beadles Audet : including Meador, Godsey, Flippen, Burton, Camp, Breneman, Cosby, Overton, Seymour, Clifford, Pollard, Beadles, Audet, and related families

by Ronald Alfred Audet and Doris Ercelle Badles Audet
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English
Williamsburg, Virginia : R.A. & D.E.B Audet, 1995
508 leaves. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, ports.
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Originally published in 1981.

Chiefly ancestors, some ancestral families, and children of Doris Ercelle Beadles Audet, with some ancestors of her husband, Alfred John Audet. Doris Ercelle Beadles was born in 1916 at Highland Springs, Virginia, the daughter Leon Elmo Beadles (1890-1944) and and Verna Wortley Camp Beadles (1894-1961). Her family moved to Schenectady, New York, while she was in high school. There she married Alfred John Audet (1915-1972), son Alfred Rosario Audet (1884-1961) and Alida Chabot Audet (1885-1960), in 1937. The had two sons, 1939-1946.

Ancestors include: Joel Beadles (1761-after 1846), a Revolutionary War soldier, of King William County, Virginia -- John Camp (b. ca. 1766) of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania -- Thomas Burton (ca. 1634-1686) of Henrico County, Virginia -- Charles Cosby (b. 1585) of Queens County, Ireland, and York County, Virginia -- Nicolas Audet (ca. 1641-1700) of Poitiers, France, and Quebec -- Marin Boucher (1588-1671) of Martagne, France, and Quebec -- Thomas Meador (ca. 1610-1655) of England and Virginia.

Partial contents: [v. 1] Meador-Flippen. Godesey. Burton. Camp-Breneman. Cosby-Overton -- [v. 2] Seymour-Clifford. Beadles-Pollard. Audet-Boucher-Lareau. A.S. Groser, an unknown master. Family photographs. Index.

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