E. Kimber and R. Johnson, The Baronetage of England: Containing A Genealogical and Historical Account of all the Englsh Baronets Now Existing: With Their Descents, Marriages, and Memorable Actions both in War and Peace, Collected from Authentic Manuscripts, Records, Old Wills, our best Historians, and other Authorities, Volume 1; London: G. Woodfall, et. al., 1771; book image (PDF), unrecorded repository (accessed 4 Aug 2009) [This is the third edition of The Baronetage of England. The first two were authored by Thomas Wotton, who died in 1766. Kimber and Johnson edited and released this third edition.]
Additional detail for reference: Page 28 (PDF page 102)
Comment: Source identifies Gervase Clifton as the (probable) biological son of Robert Clifton.
Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry — A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families; Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2004; individual page images, unrecorded site (accessed 15 July 2009)
Additional detail for reference: Page 536, Need family, #15
Comment: Source identifies Gervase Clifton as a biological [implied] son of Robert Clifton.
“Samuel Levis: Quaker Immigrant to Pennsylvania” by Leslie Mahler, journal article; The Genealogist, 13.1 (American Society of Genealogists: Spring 1999), pages 30-36, online home (https://fasg.org/the-genealogist/: accessed 31 Mar 2007)
Additional detail for reference: p. 32, (gen. 9, Ann Clifford).
Comment: Source identifies Gervase [Clifton] as a son of Robert Clifton. The source does not provide sufficient evidence to denote the type of parent/child relationship.
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