Haley and Related Families
Commonwealth Press, 1979 - 783 pages
Edward Haley (ca. 1675-1753) moved from King William County, Virginia to Spotsylvania (now Orange) County, Virginia in 1727. Includes various immigrant Haleys in Virginia and elsewhere. Chiefly deals with the Quaker Haleys who moved to Caroline County, Virginia in 1739 and thereafter. Descendants lived throughout the United States.
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SECTION 1Louisa CountyQuakers
SECTION IIMecklenburg County Virginia
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