2 edition of Colonial families of Northern Neck of Virginia found in the catalog.
Colonial families of Northern Neck of Virginia
Holly G. Wright
|Statement||Holly G. Wright and F. Edward Wright.|
|Genre||Biography, Genealogy, Registers|
|Contributions||Wright, F. Edward.|
|LC Classifications||F232.N86 W75 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-2> ;|
|LC Control Number||2007369261|
In Britain, the Fifth Lord Fairfax died, leaving title to the bulk of the Northern Neck Proprietary in Lady Fairfax’s hand, though her Culpeper family members retained a percentage of ownership as well. Lady Fairfax died. Her year old son Thomas, 6th Lord Fairfax, became the sole Proprietor of the Northern Neck in Virginia.
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This site attempts to reconstruct a family tree of early British Colonial Settlers [pre ] of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties along the Potomac and Rappahannock River Valleys and is a work in progress. Uses published works by: Jane B. Cotton, Marleen Strawser Bates, F.
Edward Wright, Vernon L. Skinner, Elise Greenup. [Downing] "Judge Samuel Downing of 'Edgeley,' Lancaster County, Virginia," Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine, Vol.
1 (). [Downman] Efford, Joan M. Our Efford Family of the Northern Neck: and Related Lines. Tappahannock, Va.: J. Efford, FHL Book Ef48e. [Dudley] Saunders, James Edmonds and Elizabeth Saunders Blair.
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About the Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grant and Surveys This database consists of entries that index two major collections of land records housed in the Library of Virginia plus a small collection of field notes and plats of tracts surveyed by Guy Broadwater.
The Northern Neck is the northernmost of three peninsulas (traditionally called "necks" in Virginia) on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay in the Commonwealth of Virginia (the other two are the Middle Peninsula and the Virginia Peninsula).This peninsula is bounded by the Potomac River on the north and the Rappahannock River on the south.
It encompasses the following Virginia counties Country: United States. First Settlers of the Northern Neck of Virginia In the late s many leaders of Maryland's Civil War fled south across the Potomac River to settle on the Northern Neck of the Colony of Virginia.
As Ingle's Rebellion demonstrated, these men had an overwhelming desire for individual freedom, ownership of the land they worked and self-government. Surname List: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties. The Northern Neck encompasses the following Virginia counties: Northumberland formed inLancaster formed inWestmoreland inStafford inRichmond inand King George in The inclusion of King George and Stafford in the Northern Neck varies among commentators.
This book contains references to marriages in Virginia’s Northern Neck extracted from a variety of records. Robert Headley’s Married Well and Often lists some 7, marriages that took place in Lancaster, Northumberland, Old Rappahannock, Richmond, and Westmoreland counties or are referenced in their records.
Headley started with marriage license bonds for Northumberland County. The appendices are equally interesting. One discusses the major Virginia statutes affecting estates.
Another collects the surnames of families most associated with each of the four Northern Neck counties. Still other appendices rank the frequency of White surnames, slave given names, slave surnames, and slave manumissions. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Colonial Families of the Northern Neck of Virginia Volume 1 at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1).
The original European settlers came in the early 17th century from the midland and southern counties of England. They first settled in Virginia's tidewater (coastal plain).
Many colonists had connections to Barbados. The earliest Africans to Barbados was in Starting inlarge numbers of Africans were captured and brought as slaves to Barbados.
History of a colonial Virginia family descended from Dennis McCarty (d. ) and Elizabeth Billington of Richmond County. Includes genealogical information on numerous allied families including Baylis, Ball, Barber, Beale, Carter, Cox, Downman, Glascock, Hall, Lee, Tarpley, Woodbridge, and Yerby.
Based on original archival research. [VA-NORTHERN-NECK] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties am Subject: [VA-NORTHERN-NECK] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties Hi,I've moved my file from World Connect and uploaded to my own website using including searchable list archives.
Historic Sites in Virginia's Northern Neck and Essex County is an indispensible guide for those who have an active or potential interest in the rich history of the Northern Neck region of Virginia and its historic sites.
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A History of the Laurel Brigade: Originally the Ashby Cavalry of the. THE SHEPHERD'S FOLD: CEMETERY RECORDS OF NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA CHURCHES compiled by the Genealogical Society of the Northern Neck of Virginia. 8 x 10, xvi, pages, illustrations, map, arranged alphabetic within individual church cemeteries as well as an overall index.
Volunteer researchers from the society patiently and meticulously copied the gravestone. The Carter's of Colonial Virginia John Carter, immigrated to Virginia from England in aboard the "Prosperous". Living in James City, no one know why he came to the Virginia colony, perhaps to leave the political strife in Great Britain, possible to better his station in an already hard world.
Full text of "Maryland's colonial Eastern Shore ; historical sketches of counties and of some notable structures" See other formats. Adventurers of purse and person, Virginia, /5. 3rd ed. [Alexandria, Va.]: Order of First Families of Virginia, /5, Contains the musters of the inhabitants of Virginia,as well as information on those who came to or had land in Virginia during the period Discusses backgrounds and activities of each of these early Virginians and provides much.
Check out the Northern Neck of Virginia. This little-known gem is about three hours away from the District (with only about an hour spent on 95!), and is a great place to sail, fish, kayak or. Using the Collections. As the commonwealth's library at the seat of government and the state archives, the Library of Virginia's collections of books, periodicals, government publications, newspapers, architectural drawings and plans, manuscripts, archival records, maps, rare books, prints and photographs, and fine art are unsurpassed in depth and scope.
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Rosamond passed away on in Westmoreland County, Virginia, United States. Note: SOURCE: BOOK- BIOGRAPHY-"GARNER-KEENE~FAMILIES OF NORTHERN NECK, VIRGINIA" All of the following, including Nicie Garner, ancestors are true and actual people, verified by the research of myself, cousin Karen Preston, and Ruth Ritchie and Sudie Rucker Wood.
Northern Neck. At the end of the colonial period this region included the counties of Northumberland, Westmoreland, King George, and Stafford.
David Anderson a resident of the Northern Neck before Descendants of David Anderson. Stafford County records show the presence of three generations of David Anderson from the 's through to just. He married Judith Ball Ap in Lancaster Co., VA (Source: (1) Stella Pickett Hardy, Colonial Families of the Southern States of America: A History and Genealogy of Families Who Settled in the Colonies prior to the Revolution, (, Southern Book Co., Baltimore, MD)., (2) William Armstrong Crozier, Early Virginia Marriages: To Recommended Bike Ride: The park is located on Virginia’s Northern Neck, a peninsula of land in northeastern Virginia between the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers, so water is always nearby.
Start your 8-mile trek at the bike rental area, then head down Creek Landing Road to pedal the Mulberry Creek boardwalk and get up close with the water. R PS Some Prominent Virginia Families, 4 vols. SI Index to Printed Virginia Genealogies, Including Key and Bibliography R VV Virginia Genealogies and Family Histories: A Bibliography of Books about Virginia Families R SV Virginia Historical Index, 4 vols.
R WC Colonial Families of the Northern Neck. Among the Northern Neck iron manufacturers who used convict labor was John Tayloe at his Neabsco Company iron mine in Prince William County. In mid-AugustTayloe advertised in the Virginia Gazette for the return of one of his convict laborers, Arundell (Arundale) Carnes, aged about seventeen.
North Carolina Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year Guide book of N.W. North Carolina: Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 14, North Carolina, the Old North State and the new. Get In Touch.
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Alcock. This book is a godsend for genealogists working on Fauquier ancestors. Westmoreland County, Virginia. Located in the Northern Neck of Virginia. Established from Northumberland County inthe territory of Westmoreland County encompassed much of what later became the various counties and cities of Northern Virginia, including the city of Alexandria, Arlington County, Fairfax County, and Prince William County.
ROGER WILLIAMS OF NORTHERN NECK VIRGINIA. (ca. prob Eng-d. bef June Old Rappahannock Co., VA) Lived on TOTUSKEY CREEK [variant spellings]. Roger Williams of Northern Neck, VA is an ancestor of the Simpson-Kincheloe-Canterbury family of Caswell Co., NC, previously of Northern Neck, VA. FHL US/CAN Book D2w, vol 1, "Colonial Families of Northern Neck of Virginia", pagei Samuel Rust, son of William Rust was a minor in Rust suggests he may have married Mary (Rust) Cox, widow of Charnock Cox, Jr.
FHL US/CAN Book D2w, vol 1, "Colonial Families of the Northern Neck", p item 2, Benjamin. Virginia / discovered and discribed by Captayn John Smith, A survey of the northern neck of Virginia, being the lands belonging to the Rt. Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron Cameron A map of the most inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole province of Maryland with part of Pensilvania, New Jersey and North Carolina.
Drawn by Joshua Fry & Peter Jefferson in 1. Names of Families in Fairfax County, Virginia Court Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Election Records Fairfax County was formed in from the northern part of Prince William County.
It was named for Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron (), proprietor of the Northern Neck. "Caveated Surveys Settled in the General Court, " MAGAZINE OF VIRGINIA GENEALOGY.
28() Slatten, Richard. "Interpreting Headrights in Colonial-Virginia Patents: Uses and Abuses," NATIONAL GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY. 75() NORTHERN NECK LAND RECORDS Nugent, Nell Marion.
SUPPLEMENT, NORTHERN NECK GRANTS, NO. Genealogies of Virginia Families: From the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. Baltimore: Reprinted for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. Co, Genealogies of Virginia Families from the William and Mary College Quarterly With, Virginia Gleanings in England, by Lothrop Withington.
Genealogical Pub Co. Virginia Colonial Abstracts includes Lancaster County Court Records, Virginia Will Records includes Lancaster County Book: Estates, Deeds, Etc., (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Vol IV Fairfax of Virginia is a book that I have long wished to read concerning the only English family who belonged to the House of Lords to have settled permanently in Colonial America.
There was no parallel for other members of the aristocracy to leave Britain for America. Survey of Virginia’s Northern Neck.Many Northern Virginia families have close ties to the District of Columbia, and their records will be there rather than at a Virginia courthouse.
Congressional Cemetery Some Northern Virginia residents and their ancestors are buried at Congressional Cemetery in Southeast : Steve Walker.