Genealogical charts of the Dinwiddie family [manuscript] 1913-1939, 1942.


Genealogical charts of the Dinwiddie family [manuscript] 1913-1939, 1942.

The charts are for the descendants of William Dinwiddie or Dunwoody, Bedford (later Campbell) Co., Va., prepared by Emily Wayland Dinwiddie; the descendants of Daniel Coxe of New Jersey including Tench Coxe, compiled by M. Atherton Leach, 1913, with mss. additions for the Dinwiddie and related families to 1939; and the descendants of William Walthall of Virginia, compiled by M.E.W., 1942.

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Coxe, Tench, 1755-1824 (person)

Tench Coxe (May 22, 1755 – July 17, 1824) was an American political economist and a delegate for Pennsylvania to the Continental Congress in 1788–1789. He wrote under the pseudonym "A Pennsylvanian," and was known to his political enemies as "Mr. Facing Bothways." Born in Philadelphia, Tench received his education in the Philadelphia schools and intended to study law, but his father determined to make him a merchant, and he was placed in the counting-house of Coxe & Furman, becoming a partner...

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Leach, May Atherton (person)

Daniel Coxe (1710-ca. 1757) was one of the principal burgesses of Trenton, New Jersey. From the description of M. Atherton Leach's family chart of Daniel Coxe (New Jersey), 1913. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 320771992 ...

Coxe, Daniel, 1673-1739 (person)

Daniel Coxe was born in London, England, in 1673, and died in Burlington, New Jersey, in 1739. He is the eldest son of Dr. Daniel Coxe of London, who received an immense grant of land in the lower Mississippi valley from Charles II. Daniel Coxe lived in the American colonies from 1702 to 1716. After returning to England he published an account of his travels and a description of the area encompassed by his father's claim. From the description of Papers, 1699. (University of Florida)....