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The earliest recorded use of the Arrington surname was in a document in London, England in 1273. Variations of the name include: Arrington, Arington, Earington, Arenton, Arrinton, Arrendon, and other derivations. Those bearing the Arrington surname have held positions such as magistrate, sheriff, and delegate. They have farmed, owned businesses, served proudly in the military, and married into families important in the history of the founding of this country.
This book offers a comprehensive account of the Arrington family. In addition to vital statistics, the author has provided interesting stories, history and entertaining bits of family anecdotes. When indicated, slave’s names and their kin (if known) are included.
Chapters include: The Surname Arrington; The First in the New Land; Early Arringtons of Henrico County, VA; Neaves Arrington, Son of William of Albemarle County, VA; Adler Arrington, Son of William of Albemarle County, VA; Samuel Arrington, Son of William of Albemarle County, VA; The Arringtons of Franklin County, VA; The Marvin Lee Arrington Journal; The Arringtons of Isle of Wight County, VA; Arthur, Son of William Arrington I, of the Isle of Wight County, VA; Arthur Arrington (II) of Nash County, NC and Son of Arthur I; James Arrington, Son of Arthur I of North Carolina; Joseph Arrington, Son of Arthur I of North Carolina; Other Children of Arthur I of North Carolina (Benjamin, Elizabeth, Mary and Ann); John, Son of William Arrington I, of the Isle of Wight County, VA; Other Children of William I of Isle of Wight County, VA; The Halifax County, VA Arringtons; The Arringtons of Westmoreland County, VA; The Madison County, VA Arringtons; Arrington Bits and Pieces; and, Some Military History of the Early Arringtons. Three indices add to the value of this work: Arrington Index, Other Surname Index, and Arrington Slave Index.
2018, 7x10, paper, index, 782 pp.