The Virdin genealogies begin with Hugh Virdin, the first Virdin recorded in Delaware who left England to settle in Sussex County in the early 1700s. Three of his sons, WIlliam, Hugh Jr., and Marnix are detailed. The next chapter, dedicated to Mitchell Virdin, Hugh's grandson by William, focuses on his son Benjamin, William J., and Joseph B. Virdin. Another chapter traces the descendants of John Virdin of Kent County, expanding upon his sons Daniel, Absalom, and William. A fourth chapter traces some of William's descendants, specifically Peter, William Jr., Matthew, Daniel, and John. The genealogies of other Sussex County Virdins trace the decendants of Henry and Stratton Virdin.
Donald O. Virdin
paper, 146 pp.