Genealogical History of Robert Beheathland, Gentleman: One of the Founders of James Towne, 1607, and His Descendants Through His Daughter Mary, Covering the Years from 1607 to 1976
Robert Beheathland immigrated from England to Jamestown, Virginia and died before March 1628. His widow (Mary Beheathland) married Thomas Flint. Robert's son died without issue, surivived by Robert's two daughters, Dorothy, and Mary (wife of Thomas Bernard). Includes Dade, Massey, Powell, Noland and related families.
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Mary Beheathland and Thomas Bernard
Mary Dade and Robert Massey
Robert Massey and Winifred McCarty
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