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Genealogy and History of the Family PARSHALL

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2 Complete Searchable Publications on  one CD
1.  The Parshall family, A.D. 870-1913 : a collection of historical records and notes to accompany the Parshall pedigree London: F. Edwards, Parshall, H. F., 1915, 224  pgs. 
Chapter I. The Earls of Corbeil to Robert de Corbeil or de Peshale, first lord of Peshale
Chapter II. The earlier Peshale family
Chapter III. The Swynerton ancestors of the Parshall Family
Chapter IV. Sir Richard de Peshale and the Peshales of the fourteenth century
Chapter V. Sir Richard de Peshale and the Peshalls of the fifteenth century
Chapter VI. Sir Adam de Peshale of Weston-under-Lizard
Chapter VII. Sir Humphrey Peshall and the Peshalls of Knightley
Chapter VIII. Sir John Pershall, Bart., and his descendants
Chapter IX. Edmund Pershall and his descendants
Chapter X. James Pershall and his descendants 
Appendix A: Abstracts from Burke's and other 'Baronetcies' 
Appendix B: Extracts from Sampson Erdeswick's 'View of Staffordshire' (1593-1603) 
Appendix C: History of the Windsor Family 
2.  The history of the Parshall family : from the conquest of England by William of Normandy, A.D. 1066, to the close of the 19th century Syracuse N.Y.: Parshall, James Clark, 1903, 350  pgs. 
The Pershalls of England 
James Parshall, the emigrant. Family I 
The Second generation. Family II
The Third generation. Family IV
The Fourth generation. Family VII 
The Fifth generation. Family XVI
The Sixth generation. Family XLI
The Seventh generation. Family CXVII
Unconnected Families. CCXVI

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