Gerard Fowke, Gentleman of the bed chamber to King Charles I of England, emigrated from his native England to Virginia in 1651 on the ship “Assurance.” He married Anne Thoroughgood, of Port Tobacco, Maryland, and died in Virginia in 1669, leaving issue.
The Gerard Fowke family report file includes 2758 individuals with 551 different surnames and 29841 text records. The earliest known birth occurred in 1662 and the file covers 16 generations.
Of the 551 surnames included, other than Fowke those appearing ten or more times: Alexander, Ambler, Anderson, Ashby, Ashton, Barnes, Blackburn, Boyd, Bronaugh, Brooke, Brown, Bullitt, Carter, Chapman, Christian, Conway, Corbin, Dabney, Dade, Green, Grymes, Henry, Hooe, Huie, Lee, Lewis, Lippett, Mason, Maury, McGuire, Meredith, Minor, Moncure, Morson, Nelson, Pecquet, Perkins, Peyton, Phillips, Robinson, Roy, Scott, Seddon, Smith, Swann, Taliaferro, Taylor, Throckmorton, Washington, Wellford, and Willis.
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