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1619 Genealogy – Descendants of the first “Twenty and Odd”

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1619 Genealogy – Descendants of the first “Twenty and Odd”

Postby D J Thornton » Sat Jan 27, 2018 1:12 am

1619 Genealogy – Descendants of the first “Twenty and Odd”

/0 Comments/in Genealogy /by Kinfolk Detective
A political storm surrounding the African cargo pirated from the underbelly of the San Juan Bautista by two English corsairs in 1619 lends to Virginia becoming America’s first colony. JOIN THE JOURNEY as 1619 GENEALOGY names the first “twenty and odd” Africans to arrive in the small English settlement of Virginia.

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