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Colonial Chesapeake Families

British Origins and Descendants 2nd Edition: Volume 2



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Colonial Chesapeake Families by Harrison Dwight Cavanagh
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Colonial Chesapeake Families: British Origins and Descendants Harrison Dwight Cavanagh First edition awarded the Sumner A. Parker Prize by the Maryland Historical Society in 2014. The second edition of this work features all descendants of Thomas Gantt I (b. Bullwick, N. Hants; to Md. 1654; d. Calvert Co. 1692) and Ann Fielder (b. ca. 1662 Hants; d. PG Co. 1726) in the first six to ten generations. Ann Fielder is an important new addition to American colonial GATEWAY ancestors. Her parents, Capt. William Fielder (ca. 1620-1679) of Burrough Court Manor and Marjorie Cole (1628-1699) of Lyss Abbey, Hants, have proven multiple royal and magna carta ancestral lines; sixty extensive British pedigrees are documented in these volumes. The name Fielder has been inherited in multiple generations of the Beall, Belt, Berry, Bowie, Calvert, Clagett, Denwood, Dorsett, Gantt, Jones (Somerset Co.), Parker (Cal. Co.), Smallwood, Smith (Cal. Co.), and Wight (White) Maryland families. In addition, this second edition contains important new research findings on the British origins of the Hatton-Domville and Brooke-Darnall families, as well as revealing the two "lost" Ann Bradfords of PG Co. Colonial Chesapeake Families details the pedigrees of eighty-eight families, historical illustrations, portraits, documents, and coats-of-arms (where proven) are included. Copies of these volumes are available in e-book, paper, or hardcover format through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or direct from the publisher, Xlibris (Bloomington, Indiana). Publication of these volumes has been subsidized to make them more widely available to the thousands of descendants listed in their pages. And thanks to print on demand, Colonial Chesapeake Families will never go out of print.
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April 18th, 2017
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