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Pioneering with the Beville and related families in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida : their lives, times and descendants : some allied families, Candler, Colson, Daly, Garnett, King, Mathers, McRae, Oliver, Parrish, Pearce, Porter, Purse, Scruggs, Strobhar, Swilley and others : the Gaschet de Lisle connection

written and edited by Assélia Strobhar Lichliter
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Washington, D.C. : Beville Publications, c1982
xii, 791 p., [1] folded leaf : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Essex Beville was baptized 15 March 1639/40 in Chesterton, Huntingdonshire, England. He emigrated from England to Henrico County, Virginia in about 1670. He married Amy Butler and they were the parents of five children. He died in 1682. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Includes Jourdan and related families.

Includes index.

Includes Jourdan and related families.

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