The Vick Genealogy: The Study of A Southern American Family in White and Black
John D. Beatty, CG
Joseph Vick came to colonial Virginia from England in the 1660s. These volumes, published by the Joseph Vick Family of America, represents a new genre of genealogical writing grounded in the genealogical standards of the Board for Certification of Genealogists. Beatty presents the genealogy of an ordinary colonial Virginia southern family in all its complexity over several centuries using newly accessible documentary evidence interwoven with DNA analysis not available when the first Joseph Vick genealogy was published in 2004. Beatty also includes African-American Vick lines. It describes the complex kinship networks and genetic ties of enslavers, slaves, and their descendants.
Volume One describes the descendants of Joseph Vick of Virginia Generations One through Four.
Volume Two describes the descendants of Joseph Vick of Virginia Generations Five through Seven with Free and Formerly Enslaved People.
2023. cloth, 2 volumes, over 1,000 pp.