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Saturday, December 14, 2013

Southey Littleton

The home of Southey Littleton was in Accomack County and was known to have a parlor chamber, a porch chamber, a hall chamber, a hall, two garrets, a little room over the kitchen, the kitchen and the dairy. This family established itself during the early 17th century in Accomack and Northampton Counties. Family members descend from a long line of baronets from Ludlow, England.

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Source: Records of Northampton County, orig. vol. 1654=1655, p. 117.

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