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The descendants of William Moseley 1605/1606-1655 of Norfolk Va.

compiled by Leila Eldridge D'Aiutolo, Warren L. Forsythe, William S. Hubard, and Mary Carolyn Mitton
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lafayette, New Jersey : L.E. D'Aiutolo, 2000
2 v. (xl, 870, xxiv, 597 p.)

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Cover title of volume two: Moseley, Mosly, etc. families (book 2 of 2) genealogical appendix: apparently non-Norfolk lines & raw research notes on some readily available records.

William Moseley was born in England about 1605. He came to Virginia where he married Susannah Burnet and they were the parents of two children. Susannah was married before and she had another daughter. Information on many of their descendants is given in these volumes. Descendants now live in New Jersey, Washington, Virginia, Indiana, and elsewhere in the United States.

Includes indexes.

Includes Moseley, Bouldin, Eldridge, Thorowgood, Bondurant, Glover, Hunter, and related families.

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