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- Selected papers, 1639-1683, of the Filmer family including correspondence of Henry Filmer of Mulberry Island, Virginia, and his nephew Robert, in England; and legal documents concerning the carrying out of his affairs in England. The first letter, from Henry Filmer to Mr. Young, London, refers to a voyage to Virginia on the "John Ambrose" made in 1652/53, noting that in error they missed their ship and had to be rowed out to Gravesend at great cost but at last, "Wee are all well & safe aboard."
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- Additional microfilm copy on Miscellaneous Reel 428.
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- Henry Filmer, nephew of Sir Samuel Argall, governor of Virginia form 1617-1619, settled in Virginia in the early 1650s.
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