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The Floyd Family Whole Cloth London to Georgia in Eight Generations

The Floyd Family Whole Cloth London to Georgia in Eight Generations

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Published by Margaret Woodrough
Nathaniel Basse was the son of a Haberdasher in 17th century London. The father was an early investor in the Virginia Company that settled early Jamestown Virginia. Nathaniel served as Burgess for Jamestown and traveled back and forth between Jamestown and London on numerous voyages. He was married to a member of the Jordan family. The Basse family later moved to Nash County North Carolina where they owned a great deal of land. Eventually they settled in middle Georgia- Pulaski county where many still reside.
Nathaniel Basse was the son of a Haberdasher in 17th century London. The father was an early investor in the Virginia Company that settled early Jamestown Virginia. Nathaniel served as Burgess for Jamestown and traveled back and forth between Jamestown and London on numerous voyages. He was married to a member of the Jordan family. The Basse family later moved to Nash County North Carolina where they owned a great deal of land. Eventually they settled in middle Georgia- Pulaski county where many still reside.

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Published by: Margaret Woodrough on Feb 02, 2013
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The Floyd FamilyLondon to Cochran inEight generations
Dedicated to
Margaret Annette Floyd
June 22, 1918May 11, 2006
“She was truly one of a kind”
In March 2006 Annette said, “Drop all that other stuff you do and get the story finished”.The story will never be finished. It just continues to move along like “old man river”.Our family is deeply woven in the fabric of American life.
Margaret Ann Vollmer Woodrough
 
 
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ANNETTE FLOYD VOLLMER KAPLAN

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