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Walter I.  (c. 1600-1653)  VA

            Brame, Arden H., Jr.  A Complete Revision of the Ancestry of
                    Walter Chiles of Bristol, England and Jamestown, Virginia.

                    Torrance: The Augustan Society Omnibus, n.d.

            Cridlin, William Broaddus.  A History of Colonial Virginia, the first
                    permanent colony in America: to which is added the genealogy of
                    the several shires and counties and population in Virginia from the
                    first Spanish colony to the present time.
  Richmond, VA: Williams
                    Printing Co., 1923.

            Davis, Virginia Lee Hutcheson.  Tidewater Virginia Families.  Baltimore:
                    Genealogical Publishing Company, 1989.

Cristine Lynch has indexed this book for four lines with detail which can be most valuable in your search

Walter Chiles the 1st of Jamestown

Walter Chiles the 2nd of Jamestown

Henry Chiles

Manoah Chiles

            ________.  Tidewater Virginia Families, Generations Beyond.  Baltimore:
                    Genealogical Publishing Company, 1988.

Eakin, Joanne Chiles. Walter Chiles of Jamestown, Printed by Wee Print,
            3423 S. Noland, Independence, MO  64055, 1983

           Hening, William Waller.  Statutes at Large: being a collection of all the laws
                    of Virginia from the first session of the legislature in the year 1619,
                Vol I,  pp 258, 322.  Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1969.

            Rowland, Jane Thomas.  Col. Walter Chiles, Burgess of Virginia: papers
                    from the family files with Rowland/Thomas connections and some
                    ancestors and descendants of Jane Thomas Rowland and Arthur Ray
  Augusta, GA: (One 7th Street, Suite 1503, Augusta 30901):
                    RR Books, 1998.

Tillman, Stephen F. The Tilghman, Tillman Family. Ann Arbor, MI:
                 Edwards Brothers, 1946 & 1948


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