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Published in Washington, Ia .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled by Hazel G. Siberts
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LC ClassificationsCS71.S568 1939
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Pagination35 pages
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26877611M
OCLC/WorldCa19241308

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Henry Cavinis, the immigrant infant and some of his descendants. This edition published in in [Ann Arbor?:// Henry Cabaniss () and his family immigrated from France (via Switzerland and Rotterdam) to London, and then in to a James River settlement in Virginia, and soon settled in Henrico County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and elsewhere. Subjects Henry Samson was born in Henlow, Bedford, England, and came on the Mayflower at the age of about 17 with his uncle & aunt, Edward and Ann(Cooper) Tilley.. He married Ann Plummer in /36 at Plymouth, became a freeman in Plymouth around that time, and volunteered for service in the Pequot War of , but Plymouth's company was not called into ://   Henry VIII was injured in a tourney during his marriage to Anne Boleyn, which affected his ability to be as active as he had once been. It doesn’t take long for the body to lose tone, especially because H8 was in his late forties by that time and was gaining weight, and likely developing diabetes, judging from the ulcer in his leg failing to