The earliest Perrins married into gateway ancestors (descendants of royalty), like the Ishams and Farrars. These records go from 1637 to 1837.
These records go from 1671 to 1770.
These records go from 1659 to 1838 and are mainly about wills and cover twelve counties.
These records go from 1652 to 1799.
Living eighty years, she was the wife of the King of France when she was thirteen, then at twenty-eight wife of the King of England, and finally mother of three English kings.
He was the illegitimate son of Henry II and Ida de Tony and lived from about 1167 to 1226. This post has a complete list of the American gateway ancestors that descend from him.
Throughout English history, there is only one King John because no king after him took his name. Why would that be?
According to Douglas Richardson’s Royal Ancestry, Richard Parker is a royal gateway ancestor. This post also includes the Daniels and Jenkinses who married into the Parkers, and all of their (available) descendants. This post goes from 1683 to 1840 and includes counties outside of Virginia.
This post has most (not all) of the wills and a few key deed records of the Daniels in all of the Virginia Counties, where the Daniels appear.
The Daniels are the most numerous in this county than in any other county. This post goes from 1686 to 1854.