Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-224) and index.
|Statement||by Edna Barney.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.P5195 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||2009903831|
I have written three books that are available at Lulu, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other booksellers: 1. "PEYTONs Along the Aquia - Genealogy" 2. "So Obscure A Person." 3. "Peyton, of England and Virginia from Virginia Genealogies" by Reverend Horace Edwin Hayden is an edited reprinting of an genealogy. On page , of my genealogy book, PEYTONs Along the Aquia there is a conflict with the maiden name of the wife of Henry Lindsey PEYTON. We cannot be sure whether she was Elizabeth PAIN or Elizabeth BURDEN. In William Montgomery Sweeny's Marriage Bonds and Other Marriage Records of Amherst County, Virginia , , p her name was given as PAIN: "Peyton, Henry, . Gentleman Henry PEYTON stayed and settled along Aquia Creek, in what is now Stafford County. He became the progenitor of today's Virginia PEYTON family. This book includes an ancient PEYTON pedigree that traces the PEYTONs of Aquia Creek, Virginia back twenty-nine generations to the Normans who went to England with William the Conqueror.5/5(1). SECOND EDITION - Updated Revised The PEYTON Book is a well documented genealogy that covers the history and heritage of the PEYTON/PAYTON family of Virginia's Northern Neck. It spans three generations of the English forebears and eight generations of the descendants of Henry PEYTON of Aquia, Virginia. item 3 Peytons Along The Aquia.
The PEYTON Book is a well documented genealogy that includes the history and heritage of the PEYTON/PAYTON family. It spans two generations of English PEYTON forebears, and nine generations of the Virginia descendants of Henry PEYTON of Lincoln's Inn. His sons were among the Cavaliers of the Northern Neck of Colonial Virginia. After the Restoration of King Charles II, some returned to England. Brent family members were cousins of the Peytons in Westmoreland County, and along Aquia Creek. In fact the real properties of the two families seem to border each other's on the Aquia. The Peytons had early real estate dealings with the Wiggingtons. The genealogy book PEYTONs Along the Aquia, covers these families on pages 9, 26, This book was amazing. I’ve been in a book funk for a while and this is exactly what I needed. This is by far the best book that I have read this year and I have a feeling it will stay in that position!! I loved Peyton and all of the guys. I felt like I was in the story and I was pulled in from page one. At times I /5(). From book"Peytons Along the Aquia" From book "Peytons Along the Aquia" page 28 From book "The Peytons of Virginia II" page From book "The Peytons of Virginian II" page From book "The Peytons of Virginia II" page From book "Peytons Along the Aquia" page John Peyton wil was proved 11 Mar
Reverend Horace Edwin HAYDEN, continues to be the leading genealogist of the PEYTON family of Virginia. His celebrated book, "Virginia Genealogies," published in , included a chapter on the PEYTON family: "PEYTON, 'of Iselham,' Cambridgeshire, England, Gloucester, and Westmoreland Counties, Virginia." The author closely followed the English PEYTON lines in the book . In early , the book “The Peytons of Virginia” was subsequently completed, printed, and distributed. The publication was the first effort to update the material on the Peyton family published by Reverend Horace Edwin Hayden in , and included lines of descent of everyone who was a Society member at that time, as well as any. Ms. Barney: Please allow me to compliment you on your outstanding book “Peytons along the Aquia,” which I received today from I was very interested in your account of Timothy Peyton on 56, , & My family has long known about him, and has seen his name spelled as Patin, Patan, and Patton. On page of “PEYTONs Along the Aquia,” I have recently determined that the children I had given to # James PEYTON were actually the children of his brother, # Charles PEYTON, on page James PEYTON, according to the Census of Stafford County, Virginia at Falmouth, seems to have had children, however, at.