Descendants of Bartholomew Stovall (1655-1722) : first five American generations

compiled by Donald E. Bishop
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Laurel, Mississippi : Stovall Family Association, 1999
v, 396 p. : coat of arms ; 28 cm.


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Bartholomew Stovall (1665-ca. 1721) was born in Albury, Surrey, England. He died in Deep Creek, Powhatan Co., Va. He was buried in Henrico Co., Va. He arrived in Virginia late 1684. He was married (2) 1693 to Anne Burton (1675-1725), the daughter of Thomas Burton, Sr. and Susannah Hatcher, in St. John's Church, Henrico Co., Va. They had seven children. Included are the descendants of Hagar Stovall, who is probably the daughter of Bartholomew Stovall from his first marriage. Descendants live in Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Stovall, Tabor, Pinson, Holmes, Chandler, Penn, Necessary, Adams, Allen, Avants, Baccus, Bennett, Blackwell, Brown, Brumfield, Burton, Candler, Crowder, Devine, Dickerson, Dillard, Drake, Fields, Gaddie, Gaddy, Gatch, Goldstron, Hairston, Harvey, Hester, Jackson, Jessee, Jones, Keesee, Key, Leftwich, Lewis, Markham, McDaniel, Miller, Moseley, Nichols, O'Kelley, Oliver, Omohundro, Pearson, Pettit, Poole, Ratliff, Rentfro, Riggle, Roberts, Shelton, Smith, Staples, Stemmons, Stone, Sugg, Swing, Tatom, Thompson, Thurman, Turley, Turner, Wade, Ware, Wells, Whitworth, Williams, Wilson, Wood, Woods and allied families.

Additions and corrections are found in the periodical entitled "Stovall journal."

"Corrections:" [1] leaf tipped in after t.p.

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