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Re: Hannah/Thos Drewry, York VA, 1700's
Posted by: Art Brett Date: September 15, 2000 at 15:23:48
In Reply to: Re: Hannah/Thos Drewry, York VA, 1700's by robin henderson of 498


My reason for researching the Drewry line is that my mother, Evelyn Drewry Brett, was a Drewry. I have done extensive research of the Drewry line from 1600 Va. and even in England. I have compiled over 8,000 descendants and collateral families since beginning. If you are not aware, I maintain an extensive web site on Drewry history (

I've very much interested in this Hannah and finding out how she fits because she has the Drewry name.

I have a transcribed copy of the records of York County for all Drewry references. This was prepared around the turn of the century, the last one, by the clerk of York County. There isn't anything else in there concerning this Hannah that I am aware of.

Art Brett


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