|Statement||compiled by Marijane (John) Zerphey.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.J6953 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 499 p. :|
|Number of Pages||499|
|LC Control Number||95061860|
From "Griffith John - His Ancestors and Descendants" by Marijane Zerphey, page In or near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales, in the year was born to John & Elinor Philipps a son named Griffith. According to papers found in the West Chester Historical Society he was the 2nd of 6 issue: Samuel, John, Robert, Sarah,and Thomas (Merton).Spouse: Ann (Williams) John. Since then, John and several relatives have visited the farm, connecting with Griffith’s descendants, year-old twin sisters, Frances Becker and Author: Ian Shapira. Ancestors and Descendants of John Price Immigrant to Virginia, This edition published in by Gateway Press, Direct book orders to V.C. Price in Baltimore, MD,.Pages: John Price was about twenty-seven years of age when he emigrated from Wales to Virginia in / He and his wife, Mary, had two sons and a daughter. He died ca. / Descendants lived in Virginia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and elsewhere.
The earliest Griffen mentioned was Richard Griffith the era ancestor to Edward b. and John b (John 3, Griffith 2, Richard 1). Edward's existence in England, his job as a constable, journey to America in , capture and escape in Maryland and settlement at Flushing, Long Island by are thoroughly explained. John and his family were living in the "Neck of Land", Charles City, Virginia in and survived the Indian massacre. He was elected to serve as a member of the General Assembly in Virginia in He was descended from eleven of the Sureties of The Barons of Runnemede. The book contains many of the female lines and their s: 1. 2. Descendants of Griffith John son of John ap Evan of Penmaen (whose descendants took the last name Griffith, his son Evan being a member of Gwynedd MM) 3. Edward Griffith of Merion, Pennsylvania (whose daughters married Thomas and Robert Evans) (in brief) 4. Evan Hugh (will ) m. Anne Cadwalader ap Hugh - only now are we finding the. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Genealogy of the Griffith Family by Griffith, R. R. Publication date Publisher Baltimore, W. K. Boyle Collection duke_libraries; americana Digitizing sponsor Duke.
If you have dabbled at all in Irish Genealogy, you will have most certainly come across the "Griffith's Valuation" or "Primary Valuation". A bit of a mouthful - but it is a great resource for anyone trying to place an ancestor in a parish and/or townland. To carry on from there and move to the Cancelled or Revision Books you will have to appreciate the reasoning behind. Griffith died in December of and is buried in Terrell on the Griffith family lot where five generations of the family have made their final resting place. Lycurgus Edward (Eddie) Griffith, Jr., the eighth and last child of Dr. L.E. Griffith, Sr. and his wife Sarah Jane Clark, moved to Terrell from Nacogdoches with his brother Tom at the. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Elder John Crandall of Rhode Island and his descendants / by John Cortland Crandall. by Crandall, John Cortland, Publication date Topics Crandall family, Crandall, John, Family Publisher New Woodstock, N.Y.: J.C. Crandall, Solomon Mangham, His Ancestors and Descendants, by Vaughn Ballard, Marlow Family in America, Early 's to , by Odalene Ponder, John Marsh of Craven & Kershaw Counties, SC & His Descendants & Research Notes on Marsh, by U. Bowdoin Marsh, hard cover.