Annals of a clerical family, being some account of the family and descendants of William Venn, vicar of Otterton, Devon, 1600-1621,

William Venn (1568/1569-1621) was the youngest son of John Venn, born in Broadhembury, Devon, England. He matriculated at Oxford, and settled at Otterhamm about 1599/1600. Descendants and relatives lived in much of England. Also includes origin and early history of the Venn surname, which was someti...

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Author / Creator:Venn, John, 1834-1923.
Imprint:London, New York, Macmillan and Co., 1904.
Description:xi, 296 pages illustrations, plates, portraits, facsimile, genealogical tables (some folded) folded map 23 cm
Language:English
Subject:Fenn family.
Bishop family.
Gay family.
Ashton family.
Rigby family.
King family.
Sykes family.
Venn family.
Fenn family.
Bishop family.
Gay family.
Ashton family.
Rigby family.
King family.
Sykes family.
Ashton family.
Bishop family.
Fenn family.
Gay family.
King family.
Rigby family.
Sykes family.
Venn.
Fenn.
Ashton.
Bishop.
Gay.
King.
Rigby.
Sykes.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/1893164
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Physical medium:8vo.
Notes:Appendix contains pedigrees of the Fenn family, Bishop family of Lincoln, Gay, Ashton of Penketh, Rigby of Burgh and Layton, King family of Hull, Sykes family of Yorkshire.
Summary:William Venn (1568/1569-1621) was the youngest son of John Venn, born in Broadhembury, Devon, England. He matriculated at Oxford, and settled at Otterhamm about 1599/1600. Descendants and relatives lived in much of England. Also includes origin and early history of the Venn surname, which was sometimes spelled Fenn.
Other form:Online version: Venn, John, 1834-1923. Annals of a clerical family. London, New York, Macmillan and Co., 1904