Genealogy of William Lee I of England and of Virginia and his descendants, 900-1945. by Elizabeth Hoyle Rucker

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  • Lee family (William Lee, 1597-1653)

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StatementCompiled by Elizabeth Hoyle Rucker.
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LC ClassificationsCS71.L48 1945
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Pagination115 p.
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6500883M
LC Control Number46012549
OCLC/WorldCa5138467

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What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section 1. Genealogy of William Lee I of England and of Virginia and his descendants, Compiled by Elizabeth Hoyle Rucker. William Lee, intelligent and self-educated and ensconced in the tobacco trade in England, served as one of the two sheriffs of London in and He was elected alderman in the city in May Despite his activities in England, William championed American independence and was also appointed to diplomatic posts.

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Lee, however, chose to follow his heart which was with his home state of Virginia. When Virginia seceded from the Union, Lee went with her.

A year later General Lee was the commander of the Army of Northern Virginia and soon established himself as the greatest tactician and leader of the war.Initially, the PFAWR was primarily focused on the descendants of Cornet Joseph Parsons, Sr., and his wife, Mary Bliss Parsons (our immigrant ancestors).

As our organization grew, our interest expanded to include his parents, William Parsons and his wife, Margaret Hoskins of Beaminster, Co. Dorset, England (ca ), and all of their descendants.Lee County was formed in from Russell County. It was named for Light Horse Harry Lee, the Governor of Virginia from towho was known as "Light Horse Harry" for his exploits as a leader of light troops in the American Revolutionary War.

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