A History of the Valley of Virginia
Genealogical Publishing Com, 2009 - 404 страници
This is one of the few printed sources on the role played by the Welsh population during the Revolutionary War. A good deal of space is devoted to notices of prominent persons of Welsh ancestry, and there is, in addition, a section on Welsh surnames.
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