Warford, Fisher, Kaes-Kuhl, Stout, Pinckney families

by Laurence Lee Hill
Books/Monographs
English
[Hallandale, Florida] : L.L. Hill, c1996
iii, 126 p. : map.

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John Warford (ca. 1650-ca. 1699) emigrated from England and was admitted as an inhabitant of Eachester, New York, in 1680. He married twice and was the father of at least three children. He migrated to Baltimore County, Maryland, ca. 1688 and probably died there. His son, John Warford (ca. 1683-1769), was born at Mount Vernon, New York. He married Elizabeth Stout (ca. 1691-176_) ca. 1708 in Monmouth County, New Jersey. They had ten children, 1709-1731. He died near Baptistown, Kingwood Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Descendants listed lived in New Jersey, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Indiana, New York, and elsewhere.

Includes the Bailey, Hann, Quertemous, and other related families.

Also includes the following allied families: Fisher (Peter Fischer, ca. 1799-1775) family of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Indiana -- Stout (Richard Stout, ca. 1615-1705) family of New Jersey, Virginia, Kentucky, and Indiana -- Pinckney (Philip Pinckney (1584- ca. 1661 of Dinton, England) and his descendants of New York and elsewhere, and other allied families.

Includes index.

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