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My begetters, the Salmons

Author: Ruth Sammons Nasser
Publisher: South Pasadena, Florida : R.S. Nasser, [1986?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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John Salmon Sr. (ca. 1630-1678) was imported as an indentured servant from England to Lower Norfolk County, Virginia by William Brothwait. His son, John Salmon Jr. (ca. 1655-1737), was born and died in Princess Anne County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, California and elsewhere.
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Named Person: Salmons.; Sammons.; Salmon.; Osborne.; Hensley.; Roberts.; Burton.; Berry.; Burgess.; Copley.; Click.; Crisp.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Sammons Nasser
OCLC Number: 865900908
Notes: Includes indexes.
Includes Berry, Burgess, Click, Copley, Crisp and related families.
Description: 4 volumes in 5 : illustrations, facsimiles, genealogical tables, maps, portraits
Contents: V. 1, pt. 1. Salmons --
v. 1, pt. 2. Salmons --
v. 2. Osbornes and Hensleys --
v. 3. Roberts --
v. 5. Burton.
Responsibility: by Ruth Sammons Nasser.

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John Salmon Sr. (ca. 1630-1678) was imported as an indentured servant from England to Lower Norfolk County, Virginia by William Brothwait. His son, John Salmon Jr. (ca. 1655-1737), was born and died in Princess Anne County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, California and elsewhere.

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