9781611212372-1611212375-The Washingtons. Volume 5, Part 1: Generation Nine of the Presidential Branch (The Washingtons: A Family History)

The Washingtons. Volume 5, Part 1: Generation Nine of the Presidential Branch (The Washingtons: A Family History)

ISBN-13: 9781611212372
ISBN-10: 1611212375
Author: Glenn, Justin
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: Savas Beatie
Format: Hardcover 648 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781611212372
ISBN-10: 1611212375
Author: Glenn, Justin
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: Savas Beatie
Format: Hardcover 648 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Glenn, Justin wrote The Washingtons. Volume 5, Part 1: Generation Nine of the Presidential Branch (The Washingtons: A Family History) comprising 648 pages back in 2015. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1611212375 and 9781611212372. Since then The Washingtons. Volume 5, Part 1: Generation Nine of the Presidential Branch (The Washingtons: A Family History) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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This is the fifth volume of Dr. Justin Glenn’s comprehensive history that traces the “Presidential line” of the Washingtons. Volume One began with the immigrant John Washington, who settled in Westmoreland Co., Va., in 1657, married Anne Pope, and became the great-grandfather of President George Washington. It continued the record of their descendants for a total of seven generations. Volume Two highlighted notable family members in the next eight generations of John and Anne Washington’s descendants, including such luminaries as General George S. Patton, author Shelby Foote, and actor Lee Marvin. Volume Three traced the ancestry of the early Virginia members of this “Presidential Branch” back to the aristocracy and nobility of England and continental Europe. Volume Four resumed the family history where Volume One ended, and it contained Generation Eight of the immigrant John Washington’s descendants.

Volume Five now presents Generation Nine, including more than 10,000 descendants. Future volumes will trace generations ten through fifteen, making a total of over 63,000 descendants. Although structured in a genealogical format for the sake of clarity, this is no bare bones genealogy but a true family history with over 1,200 detailed biographical narratives. These in turn strive to convey the greatness of the family that produced not only The Father of His Country but many others, great and humble, who struggled to build that country.

Part One contains the descendants of Lawrence Washington and John Washington, Jr., and Part Two contains the descendants of Anne (Washington) Wright.

ADVANCE PRAISE

“At long last the Washingtons have a published history worthy of their place in history. You have done a masterful job. I am convinced that your work will be of wide interest to historians and academics as well as members of the Washington family itself. Although the surname Washington is perhaps the best known in American history and much has been written about the Washington family for well over a century, it is surprising that no comprehensive family history has been published. Justin M. Glenn’s The Washingtons: A Family History finally fills this void for the branch to which General and President George Washington belonged, identifying some 63,000 descendants. This is truly a family history, not a mere tabulation of names and dates, providing biographical accounts of many of the descendants of John Washington who settled in Westmoreland County, Virginia, in 1657.”
– John Frederick Dorman, editor of The Virginia Genealogist (1957-2006) and author of Adventurers of Purse and Person

“Decades of reviewing Civil War books have left me surprised and delighted when someone applies exhaustive diligence to a topic not readily accessible. Dr. Glenn surely meets that standard with the meticulous research that unveils the Washington family in gratifying detail—many of them Confederates of interest and importance.”
– Robert K. Krick, author of The Smoothbore Volley that Doomed the Confederacy and Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain

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