Virginia and North Carolina Genealogies: Families of Warren, Franklin, and Granville Counties, North Carolina. Gayle K. Blankenship.
The focus in this volume is on the ancestry of the author’s father, Otis Gardner King, M.D., whose roots were firmly established in Warren County, North Carolina. Exhaustively researched, this volume traces her Warren, Franklin, and Granville families in the book’s subtitle to the following Virginia counties: Brunswick, Charles City, Essex, Elizabeth City, Greensville, Hanover, Henrico, Isle of Wight, James City, Lancaster, Lunenburg, Middlesex, Nansemond, New Kent, Northumberland, Old Rappahannock, Prince George, Rappahanock, Richmond, Surry, Sussex, Westmoreland, and York. At the end of the various branches in the King-Blankenship family tree, researchers will encounter the following additional surnames from the colonial period: Blake, Bridges, Cato, Cooke, Crowshaw, Dixon, Dymer, English, Freeman, Fulgham, Hill, Izard, Jefferson, Jeffreys, Jones, Kilby, Kawson, Marshall, McKinnie, Meadows, Nichols, Poindexter, Robbins, Wale, Watts, Williams, Wingfield, and Young. 2004, paper, xxxiv 439 pp.