7 edition of James A. Perdue and descendants, 1822-1984 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Gervaise Wynn-Perdue.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.P43 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 527 p. :|
|Number of Pages||527|
|LC Control Number||84050954|
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James A. Perdue and Descendants, James A. Perdue and descendants. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. James A. Perdue (ca. ?) married Sarah Hall and lived in Bibb County, Georgia. Descendants and relatives (including some ancestry) lived in Georgia, North Carolina, Texas, California and elsewhere.
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Generation No. 2 M 2 PERDUE, JR. (WILLIAM 1) was born Bet. -and died He married (1) BARBARA ROWLAND Novem He married (2) ANN PALMER Decem Notes for WILLIAM PERDUE, JR.: The administration of his will named in addition to the children listed on the family page, Patsy Ann Perdue, Eliza Turner, and Ann.
Gervaise Wynn-Perdue "James A Perdue & Descendants, " says "As early asthe name is mentioned in records in Cambridgeshire, England. Perhaps a reasonable explanation of the Perdue name is that it was a motto of the Norman family who bore it.'Purdues' were prominent bell founders in England and Ireland for more than a century.
James A. Perdue and Descendants, by Gervaise Wynn-Perdue, Our Family Heritage: the Perdues of the Easterns Shore of Maryland, to Present by Edward M. Perdue. Citations +. I know I am responding to quite an old post, but I just wanted to say how helpful and interesting Gervaise Perdue's book, "Descendants of James A.
Perdue, " has been to me. Has there been any new information regarding the parents/ancestors of either James A. Perdue or Sarah Hall Perdue. GENEALOGY BOOKLIST. April CENSUS-STATE AND COUNTY. Steuart, Bradley W. T THE SOUNDEX REFERENCE GUIDE.
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