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Old families of Barbour County, Virginia

Howard B. Grant

Old families of Barbour County, Virginia

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Published by Howard B. Grant in [Philippi, W. Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Barbour County (W. Va.),
  • West Virginia,
  • Barbour County.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- West Virginia -- Barbour County.,
    • Barbour County (W. Va.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes Capito, Decker, Felton, Firth, Gulley, Harper, McClaskey and Tarrison families.

      Statementby Howard B. Grant.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF247.B2 G74
      The Physical Object
      Pagination14 l. ;
      Number of Pages14
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL244259M
      LC Control Numberca 36000379
      OCLC/WorldCa13988562

      Powell, Mumford Stevens, Wm. Bledsoe. 23 Sept. Acknowledged by Abraham Bledsoe and Sarah his wife. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 8, Dorman, pg. 77]. Disposition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records: Pages 23 Feb. []. Benjamin Cave of Orange County to George Bruce of same and Eliza. his wife and the heirs of.


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Old families of Barbour County, Virginia by Howard B. Grant Download PDF EPUB FB2

Barbour County Genealogy Mailing List This list is maintained by Margaret Lew for the discussion of families in Barbour County. To subscribe, send regular e-mail to [email protected] In the body of the message type Subscribe. Instructions for posting will arrive in the e-mail confirmation of your request to subscribe.

Genealogies of Virginia Families: From the Virginia Magazine of History and Old families of Barbour County. Five Volumes. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, (Family History Library book D2gv.) Alphabetical (by author's surname) reprints of hundreds of articles.

Genealogies of Virginia Families: From the William and Mary College Quarterly. A History of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia with Notes of Old Churches and Old Families | This book is composed of four sections: "St.

Mark's Parish," "Historical Excursions," "Genealogies," and "Miscellaneous Items." The first section, "St.

Mark's Parish," opens with a detailed discussion of Sir Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia and his. This brief history has been gleaned from old family records, correspondence with other members, and histories of Ritchie, Barbour, Harrison and Randolph Counties, West Virginia.

The first known ancestor was David Wilson, who was born in Scotland about ; he had a son David, born aboutwho was forced to flee from Scotland to Ireland owing to his being on. THIRD GENERATION 4. Aaron MALE was born in 3, 4 He died in 5, 6 He was buried in White Oak, WV. Mary "Polly" NEWMAN was born in 8 Male family history lists her as Dolly in some places and Polly in others.

Polly is probably correct since Polly is a nickname for Mary. Aaron MALE and Mary (Polly) NEWMAN had the following children. Guide to Rappahannock County Virginia ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, immigration records, and military records.

This Old families of Barbour County is about a Virginia county formed. A History of Orange County, Virginia: From Its Formation in (o.s.) to the End of Reconstruction in E. Waddey Company, - Orange County (Va.). A History of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia With Notes of Old Churches and Old Families - Philip Slaughter.

This book is composed of four sections: “St. Mark’s Parish,” “Historical Excursions,” “Genealogies,” and “Miscellaneous Items.” The first section, “St. Mark’s Parish,” opens with a detailed discussi.

Roane County, West Virginia Families William H. Bishop Bishop's History of Roane County is the standard work on its subject, but its chief appeal to the genealogist can be found in the hundreds of genealogical and historical essays of pioneer families of Roane County that comprise the second half of the work.

Jacob ran off with Susannah Trimble about that time." ~Ancestors of Munza & deVaux Families Barbour County was created March 3, "The territory now embraced in Barbour County formed a part of Virginia from the first settlement about tillwhen it became a portion of West Virginia It became a separate county in Burial: Walnut Fork Cemetery, Lewis County, West.

Waltons of Old Virginia and Sketches of Families in Central Virginia - Wilmer L. Kerns, Ph.D. The introduction identifies the major branches of Waltons in Virginia. More detailed information on these branches is provided in several appendices. The focus of the book is the New Kent County Waltons whose progenitors were.

Footsteps Of Our Fathers Tacy, (Barbour County) Gateway Press. Hardback. pages. History and genealogy of this part of Barbour County. Very Rare. Very Good Condition. $ Currier, Harvey L. & John M. Currier Genealogy Orleans County Historical Society. Hardback. pages. Rare Family history. This book is composed of four sections: "St.

Mark's Parish," "Historical Excursions," "Genealogies," and "Miscellaneous Items." The first section, "St. Mark's Parish," opens with a detailed discussion of Sir Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia and his relation to St.

Mark's : Genealogical Publishing Company, Incorporated. This book is composed of four sections: "St. Mark's Parish," "Historical Excursions," "Genealogies," and "Miscellaneous Items." The first section, "St.

Mark's Parish," opens with a detailed discussion of Sir Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia and his relation to St.

Mark's Parish. The organization of St. Mark's Parish, Rev. John Thompson, Rev. John. A pictorial history of McDowell County, West Virginia, covering both old and new. Names, pictures, genealogy and history are contained in this book.

Rare. Out Of Print. $ Beforethe family had left the Valley of that year, on J Elizabeth Carter was the head of her family living in Barbour County, West of her children were with her, and two others, Eppa and David, were heads of neighboring was still living there ina widow with $4, of real estate and.

Lancaster County was created in from Northumberland County. It in turn was divided to create Old Rappahannock and Middlesex Counties. Many of these Lancaster families moved to the Northern Neck or other parts of Virginia.

Records that are found within: Power of Attorney, Deeds, Wills, Depositions, Land Grants, Inventory of Estates, Slave 5/5(1). Originally published Reprinted by the Genealogical Publishing Co.; Records of Hopewell Friends Meeting in Frederick County, Virginia. Includes some birth and death dates, removals, family records and a history of the beginning of the meeting.

A9, S17 "Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia." Cecil O'Dell, Walsworth Publishing Co. The history of Barbour County, West Virginia, from its earliest exploration and settlement to the present time by Maxwell, Hu, Pages: The county/parish lay at the center of the Northern Neck of Virginia, adjacent to Stafford County.

In the first half of his book, Reverend Slaughter discusses the history of St. Mark’s, with special emphasis on the founding role of Governor Alexander Spotswood, the organization of the parish, biographies of various rectors, the history of.

Encompassing a four hundred and seventy five square mile area of central Virginia, located in Lovingston, at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains known as the Piedmont Plateau. This website, and soon to become a book, is the most extensively detailed African American genealogy site, pertaining to Nelson County, Virginia of it's kind.

When Barbour County was created Henry County actually gained a small parcel of land from the White Oak Creek area. Decem - The fifth county to be created from what was once Old Henry was Coffee County which was formed in part from Dale County.

December 6, - The sixth was Bullock County which was created with the southern tip of. A brief sketch of the beginnings of Virginia seems a necessary introduction to a history of Orange.

For though this history will be mainly confined to the present narrow limits of the County, it ought to be known to those who may read it that Orange was once a principality in extent, embracing in her limits five prosperous states of the Union, and parts of two others.

Isaac Marshall Wright Jr and his brother, Waddie James Wright. Isaac was born J in Franklin County, VA and died Ap in Hattiesburg, MS. He was living in Franklin County in and had moved to Hattiesburg, MS by Waddie was born J in Franklin County, VA and died Ap in Eden, NC.

Harris This ancient surname is English, Scottish and Irish, and is recorded in many spellings including Harry, Harrie, Harrhy, Harris, Harries, and Harriss. However spelt, all derive from the 11th century personal name Harry, itself a nickname form of Henry.

"Henry", which originates from the pre 7th century Frankish name "Henn- ric", meaning "home-rule", was. The Battle of Philippi formed part of the Western Virginia Campaign of the American Civil War and was fought in and around Philippi, Virginia (now West Virginia), on June 3, A Union victory, it was the first organized land action of the war, though generally viewed as a skirmish rather than a battle.

However, the Northern press celebrated it as an epic triumph and this encouraged Location: Barbour County, Virginia (now. The branch of Martins I belong to is of Gaelic descent.

The name was originally Mac Ghille Mhartain (translates to "descendant of a servant, devotee, or follower of St. Martin) which got shortened over the years to McMartin, Gilmartin, Kilmartin, McGilmartin, McGilliemartin, McKilmartin, Martinson or Martin.

In the s the Scottish Clan Martin was broken (the king. Full text of "A history of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia, with notes of old churches and old families, and illustrations of the manners and.

Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the West Virginia Land Records page. Barbour County Land Records. Deeds, Family History Library Homestead record, Family History Library Land book, Family History Library.

William Cole & John Cole of Barbour County, West Virginia by Lyle K. Corder. Much has been written about the Cole families of Harrison County, Virginia now Barbour County, West Virginia. In most cases the two families of William and John Cole have been, to say the least, confused.

The First Families _____ From: Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from to By Joseph Addison Waddell These were the first few families that made up the first influx of primarily Irish settlers seeking prosperity in early Orange and Augusta County, Virginia.

Lists Date of Importation and Family Names: 22 Feb. Patrick Campbell (b.Ireland, d. 17 Mar. The Peytons of Virginia II: being an account of the ancient and knightly family of Peyton of Suffolk and especially those who became planters in his majesty’s colony of Virginia.

Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press ; Great Falls, VA ( Holly Knoll Circle, Great Falls ): Book orders to Alta J.

Ginn, 2 vols. Special Collections. "Ritchie County, West Virginia Cemeteries- Through " Ritchie County Historical Society, This is a listing of cemeteries in Ritchie County, West Virginia.

JSM, RF5 "Ritchie County, West Virginia History and Romance." Minnie Kendall Lowther, RF5 "Ritchie Co., WV Marriages " Wes Cochran. EC3. Roane Co. See also under the. Abstract: This collection concerns a family locally prominent in social, political, governmental and religious affairs in Culpeper and Madison counties, Va.

Physicians, educators, planters, ministers and members of various Baptist congregations, a number of the leading persons in these papers figured in significant events locally and across the state over two centuries.

James Barbour Welch found in:Colonial Virginia Source Records, ss Listed in: Gleanings of Virginia History Page number: James Welch found in:Family History: Colonial Families of Maryland, ss Listed in: Colonial.

Years later Richard Beard's descendents and Walter Phelps' descendents ended up in Barbour County, WV, so many in this area are connected to both of these families. This is a very good book for families in Barbour County, WV who have ancestors in Burial: All Hallows Church Cemetery, Birdsville.

Includes accounts of a physician (possibly Dr. John Brockenbrough) of Essex County, Va., for medical care of men, women and children, free and enslaved. Many notable families of Virginia's Northern Neck are included. (#). The Old And New Monongahela $ C: History of Tucker County, West Virginia $ C: Hampshire County, Virginia (WV) Personal Property Tax Lists $ C: Genealogies of West Virginia Families $ CP Monroe County (W) Virginia Abstracts: DeedsWillsSim's Land Grant Index JAMES BARBOUR () Senate Years of Service: Party: Anti-Democrat/Whig BARBOUR, James, (brother of Philip Pendleton Barbour and cousin of John Strode Barbour), a Senator from Virginia; born at "Frascati," near Gordonsville, Orange County, Va., J ; attended the common schools; deputy sheriff of Orange County; studied law; admitted to the.

Methodist Church over years old, Old Spring Hill, Barbour County,ca. (Alabama Department of Archives and History) Town named Lewis family Dr.

Heron recalled that the original name was spelled Lewis, honoring the Lewis family, but from some unknown reason, the spelling was suddenly changed to Louis.

U.S., Indexed County Land Ownership Maps, Ancestry U.S., Southeast Region Farm Ownership Case Files, Ancestry West Virginia estate settlements: an index to wills, inventories, appraisements, land grants, and surveys to Family History Library.Maxwell, Barbour County, See note 9 above.

Spencer Dayton gave the most detailed account of Wilson's death and the events leading up to it in a letter to the Wheeling Intelligencer, 24 Jan ; see also Maxwell, Barbour County, n. Crouser is listed in Maxwell as a member of the Barbour Lighthorse in MayBarbour County.Marriage Records of Berkeley County, Virginia ; Mason County, West Virginia Marriages, ; Raleigh County, West Virginia Birth Records, ; Ritchie County, West Virginia History; Roane County, West Virginia Families; The history of Barbour County, West Virginia: from its earliest exploration and settlement to the present time.