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The House of PercyHonor, Melancholy, and Imagination in a Southern Family$

Bertram Wyatt-Brown

Print publication date: 1996

Print ISBN-13: 9780195109825

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195109825.001.0001

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The House of Percy
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Appendices Genealogical Charts

APPENDIX I Percy Genealogies (Selective)

Direct descendants are in bold; all others are in italic.

Chief sourc: John Hereford Percy, The Percy Family of Mississippi and Louisiana, 1776–1843 (Baton Rouge: priv. prnt., 1943).

These charts were created by Andrew K. Frank.

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APPENDIX III (Selective) The Southern Branch of the Robert Percy Line

Direct descendants are in bold: all others are in italic.

Chief sources: John Hereford Percy, The Percy Family of Mississippi and Louisiana, 1776–1843 (Baton Rouge: priv. prnt., 1943) and B.B. Warfield, The Warfields: Kentucky Branch (Louisville: manuscript at FilsonClub, 1882).

1 Date of burial, according to records at St. Giles-in-the-Fields, London.

2 Percy, The Percy Family of Mississippi gives date of death as 1780, but St. Giles records reveal the date above for her burial.

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APPENDIX IV: (Selective) The Northern Branch of the Robert Percy Line

Direct descendants are in bold; all others are in italic.

Chief source: John Hereford Percy, The Percy Family of Mississippi and Louisiana, 1776–1843 (Baton Rouge: priv. prnt., 1943).